Bernardinu Guest House
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The chocolate gave me the energy to make a last stop before supper. I walked to St-Anne's church, not because I haven't seen enough churches but because it's the one that has remained the most unchanged over the centuries. Historical records indicate that there was a ...
AM - I'm getting used to the monastic life, this is our second stay in a monastery, the first one Lana was a bit sick and didn't appreciate the solitude as much. A nice breakfast (cereal, yoghurt) downstairs in the Domus Maria cafe and very good coffee to start the day. Lana suggested we head to the markets we had seen a week ago, trouble was trying to find them! Went in two different directions, both wrong! Then a wee bit of map reading ...
... stone roads and beautiful building facades. Vilnius was the same, but this town had big open green park space, which was a little different. We settled in a local pub / restaurant. Dan and I had a steak and Matt wanted the Lithuanian special. Our steaks were pretty good. Matt's plate arrived with two boiled potatoes. Hilarious. (See photo) We finished off the walk around town, with a whiskey and the headed back to the Hotel. Tomorrow is a rest up, wash day.. May even get I a gym ...
Not too much sightseeing today. It was about 12F out and Riga is nice, but small, so we saw most of the interesting things already. Last night, we discovered the USB cable to our tablet was bent and barely usable. After eating breakfast, we ventured out to the shopping mall to find a replacement. No luck at the mall, but we did find one at an electronics shop near our hostel. Thankfully it wasn't expensive so we got it and put our minds at ease.
Our bus to ...
... for sandwiches that turned out to be not too bad at a service station on our way out to Paneriu Forest, where the holocaust or at least the attempt to liquidate systematically all European Jewry began. There, starting in September 1941,100,000 people, 70,000 of them Jews were brought to the forest, shot and buried in mass graves that were then set afire.
Today, the tiny village at the edge of the forest is once again a quiet suburb ...