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... quite good if looking at stuffed animals and birds is your thing. My lot would much rather they had been left out in the wild. We have seen a lot more birds here than in Russia and it seems that the national park at the end of the island is a very important bird sanctuary as well as being the oldest national park in Europe. All thanks to a lighthouse keeper who loved the birds, and got sent to a Soviet Gulag and never heard of again, poor sod! Another few rooms ...
... Now a memorial and museum I arrive at just after 4 pm but I am turned away from the museum. You can only enter with a guided tour and the last tour started at 4 pm, I am 5 minutes too late and there are no exceptions!
A quick jaunt around the old town but there is not much to see with a lot of construction underway and it's starting to get dark. I grab some dinner then early to bed, I have a long drive in the ...
As we went to Kaunas, having stopped for fuel, and having chatted to both Andrei and Dimitri, it looked like were going to have fun.
It rained really hard while we stopped at the gas station, and we decided it probably was best we visited during the summer.
We got to Kaunas and the sun decided to come out, we seemed to have lost our personal black ...
... realised we were making good time to Suwalki, and we might arrive before 1140, when the daily Ecolines bus to Kaunas leaves. So we were very happy to arrive at 1120, see other Ecolines buses leaving, so we could identify the stop, and buy a ticket to Kaunas on the bus when it arrived 15 mins later. We arrived into Kaunas at 3pm yesterday, giving us an extra whole day here.
Of course, today being Monday, means most ...
... over the Russians was naturally very sweet.
Back near the old town, getting off at 1230 near the castle. There is little left of it, a tower having been built for tourism purposes.
Walked over to the Church of St George. It was unfortunately locked. Its red/orange brick exterior looked pretty rough.
The Town Hall was the next major attraction. It looks like a church and is called the 'White Swan' by the locals. Like many ...