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... up in the middle of the castle grounds, ready for a big concert, and tourists streaming through, trying to imagine what life must have been like all those centuries ago!
The hot, humid weather didn't make walking any further than we needed to particularly appealing. And so we dragged ourselves back to the bus stop where a small bus was already waiting. The return trip in this less comfortable bus cost us 10c less per person. Lucky we boarded when ...
... Theres tables and forms and umbrellas and music and wine and beer and sangria and sandpits and swings and painting for kids and lots of families hanging out and enjoying the food and the fun. groups of friends sat up the hillside listening and eating and people danced. It was a fantastic atmosphere and fun. An excellent way to finish out time in Vilnius. We loved this town. Small compact and very attractive its a perfect two day slow stop. ...
... work without using an overnight bus. I've got another one of those tonight. I'm not looking forward to it at all.
PS - A quirky fact about Lithuania. Although I'm sure they have names for days of the week, they don't actually use these on signage. Everything is just numbered I-VII. I don't know if they use numbers when they speak. What happens when you refer to a day and date? That could make for some awkward wedding ...
... on a peninsular in a system of freshwater lakes. In the 13th-15th centuries, it was one of the most important towns in all of Lithuania. The Grand Dukes used Trakai as their personal residence. Hence the existence of not one, but two castles in Trakai. The town became an important trading centre and was the main defensive line before the city of Vilnius. Trakai was attacked numerous times by the Teutonic Order and the castle on the peninsular destroyed.
There are also two ...
... admonished her.
It is overcast today. It is also cooler; whee! Another wing had an exhibition of the history of the local order, the architecture, some vestments, etc. It was well laid out.
I approached the church one more time, looking through wooden slats. It gave a view of the interior so I took a cheeky shot of the altar. We were off at 1115.
Vilnius was founded in 1323, deemed so as the first time it is mentioned in a text. ...