Bernardinu Guest House
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... John comes back with the right fellow. We pile into the taxi and head the 10 minutes into town peering around us, trying to get a feel for the place. Green and pretty with a huge railway station and modern buildings. We drive around in what seems a complete circle and then hey presto we are in the old town bumping over cobbled streets, dodging vendors and motorcycles and tourists and have arrived at the convent Domus Maria...and its gorgeous. A large well ...
Gentle Readers! I have the answer to the dragon question. It is something to do with the physics department in Vilnius. I was lucky to see it. They just do this every spring. So there you go. A sort of unsatisfactory explanation. It was the best I could do. This morning we all had breakfast together. It was the 2 hostel people, Renata and Byorn, Russian guy, Yuri (boy from Slovakia), and Kamila (girl from Kazakstan). We ...
... is depicted in the museum on 3 floors. An interesting film was presented about the Baltic Way to which I was first introduced in Tallinn. It was a human chain, from Estonia to Latvia to Lithuania in 1989. 2 million people held hands in solidarity and in remembrance of the separation and occupation of the ...
Labas! We enjoyed a short and sweet stay in the Lithuanian capital and shared a hostel room with a Russian lady currently living in NZ which was funny. We walked around the city and had some soups and potatoes for dinner at a local pub. The next day we spent being super tourists and went on a massive sightseeing walk. We started at Barbakanas Bastion and walked along to Užupis ('the other side of the river') which is a bohemian arty ...
... the capital of Lithuania appears bigger again than the other two Baltic cities we have visited. Very modern, touristy and has sophisticated dining and shopping streets. There was not much of the old city vibe that was so prevalent in Tallinn.
The highlight of Vilnius was the Tower Castle on the hill. We climbed up the the very steep cobbled stoned mini mountain to reach the Tower, then further countless steps on the inside ...