City Gate

City Gate

Hotel "City Gate" is located in the old city of Vilnius close to the Old City gates (XVI c.) which are world-wide known as Gates of Dawn. Hotel offers 29 comfortable rooms, 2 conference halls and cosy restaurant. All rooms have high ceiling, broad windows, intimate lighting, TV set, direct-deal phone, Internet connection, air conditioning, minibar, lavatory cum bathroom. There is a stylish comfortable internal courtyard and car parking place free of charge for hotel guests.


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Bazilijonų st. 3,
Vilnius, Lithuania
Phone: 8 5 210 7306
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2008.08.05 20:44:32 | diane ketelaar
we are looking for a 3 pers room for 4 nights strarting from 18 of aug can you mail me wat does it kost me thank you
2012.09.03 13:38:47 | Zuzana
Thanks, Lars, much appreciated I get a lot from your blog, hope Vilnius is fun. Reading the voauris Market Monetarists is a terrific education in monetary economics.As someone who spent some years being employed as a policy wonk I find the refusal to consider the Australian experience just bizarre. We are the country where the Great Moderation has not ended. Indeed, since the Reserve Bank of Australia adopted an explicit target (1993), our Great Moderation was better than other countries even when it was a general phenomena. This despite having a relatively small economy (about 1/12 the size of the US's) with a large mining sector (9% of GDP) which is highly volatile. It is not that our central bankers are so much better, it is that the right framework allows ordinary competence to get you through. Especially when fiscal policy clearly operates with one eye on monetary policy.Even more, since the RBA's explicit target is an average of inflation over the business cycle, that is very much like NGDP targeting, since less growth in y means more growth in P and more growth in y means less growth in P.

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