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Back down I found my way to the Presidential Palace and the University Campus, one of the oldest in ...
... the way. I could almost imagine being there at Christmas with all the snow around! The village of Tralkai is completely surrounded by lakes, and on one of the islands in the lake is a castle. We wandered around the outside of the castle, and then started to walk around the lakes, occasionally stopping so Pip could feed the ducks, or to watch a fisherman out in his wooden boat. The local food in the area is Kibinas, similar to a pasty in England but served ...
... the symbols and we found the markets. Well they sold everything there, from fruit and veggies to shoes, clothing, perfumes, meat, toys, junk etc. We bought a pair of new jeans each ($34 each) as we wanted to dress up, tired of wearing lightweight travel pants which are now looking quite daggy. Lana also bought a beaut. leather jacket for the winter home coming in Adelaide. PM - We found a great pancake place for lunch, sweet or savoury, with ...
... and more walking.
Over to Pilies Street, one that I wish there was more time to stroll but some areas had to be sacrificed. Explore should consider an additional night in Vilnius.
Teapots stuck in a wall was something different. One included a map of Vilnius from the 16th century.
Over to the Church of St Anne in its orange red bricks. En route to Moscow, Napoleon's troops used it as a barracks. Its style is Gothic but Gothic ...
Today was the weirdest day of the whole trip.
On the bus to Vilnius, we were joined by some Irish guy who may or may not just live off of travel visas. He teaches English in Riga, and apparently travels to Minsk all the time, and is very cozy with all the diplomats. He gives the impression of being a diplomat himself, but then he's on the Ecolines bus from Riga to Vilnius? Then we found him on LinkedIn and apparently he just is making his career out ...