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... to see the diversity of origin of goods ranging from Iran, Turkey, Uzbekistan, India, and other far off places.
We decided to get some breakfast and had language problems. At one place I had wanted to get the small pancakes and fish cakes. She asked if I wanted them ...
... houses with veg patches, wood stacks and polytunnels. Some big sheds, probably with pigs inside. Our train stopped every 5 mins or so, but none of the places were very big, tho a couple sported a big church.
Vilnius feels somehow smaller and more intimate than Kaunas, perhaps cos the latter has the long, treelined, wide pedestrianised street, whereas here the streets are mostly narrow. There are churches everywhere, almost on every street corner at ...
... to have a news team on hand and a tanker lying around is mystery but he claims it was spontaneous!
The tour was one of the better I have been on and I think it probably helped that the group was so small; there were only 10-15 of us. At the end of the tour our guide invited us to accompany her for lunch at a nearby local micro brewery. Thomas had one of the local beers brewed on site while I tried cinnamon beer. It was very nice but reminded me a lot of ...
... and I wanted to see more but I took a turn and ended up in another well-known district, saw more churches, took another turn hoping it would lead me to the Cathedral Square but I ended up in front of a different hotel and then Pilies street.
There are street signs for all sites and descriptive plates like the ones in Tallinn. ...
... everywhere around Europe and South America.
We got into Vilnius and I walked about a mile to find my hostel. It’s not the greatest location, but it is a really nice hostel. It’s just been refurbished, so the inside of it is really nice, and it’s only a 10 minute walk to the old town, so it’s not that bad. As soon as I got to the hostel, the weather turned pretty bad so I just chilled at the hostel for a bit. It ...