Le Meridien Vilnius
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
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... i climbed the Upper Castle ruins and lookout, thus avoiding the heat. Then i spent a fair bit of the day wandering inside lovely, cool air-conditioned shopping malls. Plenty of people with the same idea, as some of the malls were quite busy.
With some glorious days ahead, one is spent in the little village of Trakai. Its a 45 minute bus ride from Vilnius. The highlight is Trakai Castle. Such a ...
... you see is authentic. It's not just bleak, it's slightly frightening. It really does convey how ruthless the KGB were. James Bond films don't do that organisation justice.
When I emerged it was raining. Like, pouring down buckets. On the long walk back to the hostel I reflected on the fact that I hadn't brought any decent wet weather gear with me. I've got warm clothes, but once they get wet I'm basically screwed. This was one of ...
I went to the free walking tour and met up with the girl from The Netherlands whom I met in Tallinn. The tour was fun. We walked around a lot. I learned that there are plenty of superstitious places that will bring me good luck according to our guide. After the tour 5 of us went to lunch it was ok. I ordered my burger medium well and part of it was raw. I should have sent it back. Saskia (which I totally butcher when I said her name a couple of days ago on the bus ride ...
... for a few minutes, he would wake me up without fail. So consequently I am not in a very good mood today.
After Renata (Lina left on a holiday to Iceland so her friend Renata has taken over) made a great omelet for breakfast, I went out and had a coffee the size of my head. I had no desire or energy to do anything so I wandered old town and visited the Sunday craft market in cathedral square. After buying a few souvenirs for family ...
... Lithuania. The light green altar inside was beautiful.
Had lunch past the spot of tonight's dinner. It was a buffet type place. Had a cold beet soup [with potatoes], a local drink with raisins in it and a cappuccino . My afternoon plan was to see what churches I could as I eventually headed to the Church of Saints Peter and Paul.
Went off solo thereafter. Went in the Church of St Casimir. It was rather plain save for the gold leaf altars. Paid ...