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Last part of our roadtrip was covering the distance between Riga and Vilnius. And what a distance it was, with so many interesting and beautiful stops along the way. First stop was the magnificent Hill of Crosses near the small town of Šiauliai. A screaming example of human persistence, this hill was filled with crosses of all sizes and shapes …
Gedimina's Castle dates back to the 13th century and rebuilt in 1419 after the great war of Vilnius. In 1610 it was used as a prison for the ruling classes and during the 1655-1661 Russian occupation the towers and defensive walls were almost completely destroyed and only partially restored. The ...
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4:35 Nona takes a shower and gets dressed
4:45 N: "So.. I'm gonna go... See you in about two years in China!"
J: "Cool! See ya! I'm going back to bed..."
Which left me all by my lonesome in a big big hostel room in Vilnius. So after continuing my cat nap for a couple of hours, I breakfasted on some left-over Soviet muesli, left my backpack at ...
After we'd fought our way to the breakfast buffet, fighting off about 100 conference people, we hired the Resort bikes and headed along the lush river bank to the superb Trakai Castle. The town of Trakai sits right on this beautiful lake system, a bit like Queenstown but with a big, massive 14th C castle in the middle of it. Look at the photos, people, it's stunning!!! Our Lithuanian drama, lead us to this gorgeous town, which we would ...
... not going to make it there before sun down, and it got colder. I threw my arm out and tried to hail a vehicle for almost half an hour, with Katie frozen behind me. After finally giving up and wanting to keep all of my extremities as close as possible, an 18 wheeler stopped. "KATIE GET IN THE DAMN TRUCK NOW!" I screamed, and we hopped in. We traveled about 12 kilometers with a friendly Russian truck driver on his way across the Baltics. Now fancy that, how time ...