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I don't want to like Vilnius. I'd decided to pass through rather than stay in favour of a few extra nights in southern Poland. As it is I have just an hour here for breakfast, halfway through a 20-hour bus journey from Kraków to Riga. There are no trains through the Baltic states yet unfortunately. An hour gives me enough time to reach the Old Town and from what I can see there is something to explore here... ...so I order it: coffee and a substantial bowlful of ...
... The last stop was supposed to be Vilnius bus station, and as there were still people on the bus we decided to stay seated. But then he came over and started pointing to the door- the lady behind us said we had to get off there for Vilnius (in which case I have no idea where the remaining passengers were going) so half asleep at about 7am we were briskly ushered off the bus.
Bleary eyed, it quickly ...
... little village to another, from those of the lowland people (west coast) to those of the highland people (east side of Lithuania) viewing their houses, sheds, implements and watching some people at work on crafts in some cottages. Had our picnic lunch at one of the village displays and were bothered by those pesky European wasps, in fact Vytaute (the youngest one) was bitten on the hand by a wasp. PM - Then ...
... rest of the church was basic.
We made Town Hall around noon. It was a bit muggy. People will be going their separate ways today soon.
Walked past the Church of St Casimir, the first baroque church in the city. It is a Russian Orthodox church, crowned on top by indeed a crown.
The Gates of Dawn was as far south as we could go in the old town. It houses a silver-covered painting of the Virgin Mary, said to have miraculous powers.
... got to Vilnius, the weather was great, so we decided to do our standard wander aimlessly around the city for a few hours bit. While Tallinn and Riga's Old Towns were fairly compact, thus lending themselves well to good, labeled maps... Vilnius is bigger. And our map was less than perfect. The map was gridden, but rather than ABCDE by 12345 like a normal map, it was ABCDX and then 00, 0, 1, 2, 3. Because? At least all the churches were marked, but none ...