Le Meridien Vilnius
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... the only remains of a old fortress. There were views of both the old town, its many churches, and the new modern skyline.
... in Albania. A bus that has probably been on its last legs for many years, yet somehow still finds a way up those hills and round the bends. The only 2 differences from Albania? Firstly, I wasn't so warm. And secondly, I would have been pleased for a bus this good in Albania, but having been spoiled by the more northern countries, this was quite a step backwards.
We arrived safely in Trakai and began walking towards the centre, passing many nice log ...
Yesterday was only about getting into Vilnius and getting set up in the apartment. It is right in the middle of the Old Town and right next door to a spa, so Sarina thinks massages may be a good idea to help get rid of this cold of hers! We went to see Vytaute, Regina and Vytautas, and Vytaute had set up quite a spread for us! It didn't help that neither Sarina nor I were very hungry, but you eat because they had gone to so much effort! But Sarina was very obviously ...
... police. Simona joked it was the tallest building in Vilnius as you could see Siberia from the rooftop.
Stopped at a statue honouring Vincas Kudirka, the chap on the 500 lita note. He wrote a poem which later was put to music, becoming the national anthem of Lithuania.
This city's key road was Gedimino. It lead right to the Vilnius Cathedral and the old town. Had mentioned to Heather there are almost no fat people in the Baltic Republics ...
... he had met Zappa and they had become friends. So years transpire, and he keeps sharing these alleged postcards that Zappa had sent him wishing people Merry Christmas and so forth. Even after Zappa's death. So since Zappa had this apparent close relationship with Lithuanians, the government allowed this guy to put up a bust of him in the city. Or, in short, there is no reason why this statue exists, but it's there. Secondly, Lithuanians love basketball, and ...