Telecom Guest House
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... clothes at GO9.
Finally, I returned to the vegetarian restaurant called Vegafe and NOT Raw Raw which is a more formal and vegan restaurant next to it. I made a mistake yesterday with the name yesterday. Vegcafe is a casual, vegetarian restaurant.
... br> Nobody was really interested the match that followed (#BRACOL), so we bought some booze in Rimi and headed for the local hangout: a hill with a really nice view over Uzupis. When people started getting cold and needed to pee, we headed for 'our karaoke place', where on the weekends you can pogo in the basement. Our spanish-speaking friends were not very happy with the developments in the #BRACOL match on the big screen, so we had ...
... as we crossed into Lithuania, the first of the 3 Baltic states.
After 7 hours on the bus it was a pleasure to get out in Vilnius, the capital, which is near the eastern edge of the country.
We had a rest & then walked towards the old town to have a meal but could only find a range of cafes & restaurants featuring foreign foods before we settled on some Spanish fare in disgust.
The buildings varied widely from ultra modern office blocks to sad ...
... the capital of Lithuania appears bigger again than the other two Baltic cities we have visited. Very modern, touristy and has sophisticated dining and shopping streets. There was not much of the old city vibe that was so prevalent in Tallinn.
The highlight of Vilnius was the Tower Castle on the hill. We climbed up the the very steep cobbled stoned mini mountain to reach the Tower, then further countless steps on the inside ...
... Sea. This was a very isolated spot with lovely sandy beaches and a lighthouse that is now 7km out from the coast, but about twenty years ago it was possible to walk out to it on the undersea rock shelf. In recent years the shelf has eroded and it's now too deep to do so. Stayed in the ancient town of Kuldiga founded in 1242, which boasts the widest waterfall in Europe, (249 metres) though we thought it a bit ...