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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 …
... on the foozball table! Finally we went to Berlin pub, which was a cross between a pub and a club. We had a beer and shouted over the music, before heading back to our hostels.
We had again arranged to meet them in the morning. The 5 of us and Lurri, a Ukrainian lad who had also been with us the night before, met at 10 and headed to the bus station. We were going to a town 30k East of Vilnius, called Trakai. As the bus pulled up I got a flashback ...
... late to Vilnius. Instead of stone, brick was used which meant no exterior carvings.
We went inside the Bernardine Church. It was also Gothic in architecture. The high, vaulted interior was austere, very much like the order itself.
We walked past the presidential palace. Eventually a ceremony started re new military recruits. The president of the country took part in it. The aforementioned national anthem was part of the ceremony we saw.
... heard some familiar Latvian being spoken in the cafe where I enjoyed some kybyn - the local speciality.
Bis später, Litauen!
I'm not great at touristing by myself (I need somebody to gossip with about ugly outfits), so in the evening I knocked on Jette's door. Together, we went to a local sport's bar (or rather: sport's theater), where her gang had reserved some sofas to watch the #GERFRA match (sorry frenchies..). ...
... on the guest list." It was one of those things I was absolutely over thinking, but I try so hard to not have people thinking I'm a jerk American, but how do you say "I'm on the guest list" without sounding a bit snoody? Well that didn't really matter, and we went inside. The venue was great, a really large room with plenty of viewing space of the stage, one bar on each side, and a cheap coat check. This place looks great for a rave/club....(not that I've ever been to ...