Le Meridien Vilnius
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Adjoining Rooms
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... I was really happy, and surprised, at what I found here.
Just be careful buying souveniers, as you can better deals next door in all these places.
I wanted stickers for my bike, and postcards, but the prices change a lot so be patient.
Oh and this Dimitri and I agree, why walk cobbled steps when theres an lift?
More so when you are wearing bike gear and the sun comes out.
I'm starting to think Dimi is the bright one!
... and restaurants.
There are less than 6000 inhabitants in the town of Trakai where this Gothic castle stands since the 1300s. They are Lithuanians, Russians, Poles, Tatars and Karaite. The castle is only partially from the original as it was destroyed in the 1600s and again in the 1700s, and left unattended for 200 ...
... he does not possess. Everyone has the right to have brothers, sisters and parents. Everyone is capable of independence. Everyone is responsible for his freedom. Everyone has the right to cry. Everyone has the right to be misunderstood. No-one has the right to make another person guilty. Everyone has the right to be personal. Everyone has the right to have no rights. Everyone has the right to not be afraid. Do not defeat. Do not fight back. Do not ...
... and the man right next to me was from Georgia and the policeman looked at his visa for a good five minutes and I was getting nervous for him! Luckily, he was clear and then we proceeded on to Riga.
When we arrived in Riga, I just wanted to try and find Liva as soon as possible and after several minutes of walking around the station, we found each other and luckily for both of us, we were having off days so it worked out for both of us!!!!
... set off to climb to yet another viewpoint. It had been a lovely sunny day till then with temperatures up to 28C, but on the way back as we stood to video a religous procession involving many hundreds of people, the thunder rumbled and the rain came down. We squashed in a doorway with strangers, but couldn't help thinking that God wasn't looking after his flock ...