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... easy to control and keep my balance. I made it down and I deserved a treat. I walked on Pilies street and had a most delectable chocolate ice cream. I want another one! The pedestrian walkway and terraces were already busy, it was a fun atmosphere.
I walked on Gedimino ave and shopped for more ...
... with his parents and siblings, his grandmother Gertruda and his great grandmother Alma. His great grandmother Alma told Tomas lots of stories about Henry (Lana's father) and their early life in Lithuania. We said goodbye to Tomas at 6:30am as he headed off to work at the timber mill 60 kms away, wonder when we will meet again? Monika took us to the bus station where we boarded the 10:00am bus ...
... houses next door but one of the most striking features is the onion dome churches showing the Russian influences.
Vilnius in general is like a run-down Warsaw which is in itself a run-down Berlin in that the buildings & the vehicles all look to be very lived in.
Wednesday 11th June
Set out with Lukas, our guide, on a walking tour of Vilnius. Luckily we caught a trolley bus into town to save Dick’s legs but it was still quite ...
... never found. Now there's a silver lining to write home about...
The castle is on an island in the middle of a lake, fairly tale material. A fairy tale which came crushing down when we crossed over the wooden bridges and joined the throngs of tourists. They must just coach them in for the castle tour, then bus them out again. The town itself and the picture perfect lake side area is virtually deserted.
Time was not ...
... solstice. Among the pines we found an area of old forest that has a huge cormorant and grey heron colony. There are almost 4000 cormorants and about 400 herons in the area and they were interesting to watch from the lookout tower. They nest high up in the old dead trees, and the noise and smell reminded us of the gannet colony at Muriwai.
Our next port of call was the legendary Hill of Crosses near ...