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... on the 18th at Da Antonio, an Italian restaurant. Even though we did not have pasta the dinner selections were very good, nice service and good wine- 2014 Pinot Grigio by Livorno. Today the 19th begins the tour with an evening reception and dinner. We have a female tour director for the first time so that will be an interesting change. During the day we strolled over to another of the numerous churches in the city, St Ann's and St. Francis and Bernadine, followed by a ride up ...
... time, come for miles to pray at the huge gold icon of St Theresa. As you walk through the gates and into the Old Town, turn and look back at the opened windows of the bridge of the gates and there is full golden glory is St Theresa. People stop in the street and bow and prostrate themselves and there is a steady stream of worshippers lined up at the doors.. The morning air is crisp and I'm happy to be out and about watching everyone wake up. ...
... visiting shops and not shopping because I hate shopping :D ). I totally enjoyed the sunny and warm weather, watching the green and bloom (in Latvia it was colder and nature had not waken yet). On my way, I recognized many places I had seen during my last visit 4 years ago and saw some new. I stopped to admire the sculpture dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the Baltic way and Baltic freedom.
When I got to the ...
... heading over to Uzupis, a self governed area of Vilnius, It seemed pretty empty! I enjoyed possibly the best pistachio ice-cream ever (well deserved I think) and then later on we ate out at a fantastic vegetarian restaurant called Vegafe (there are two, if anyone is making a trip to Vilnius, it's the one off Augustijonu Gatve) AMAZING. So considering the day started a bit rocky, all ended well.
... walked past the Church of St Theresa, a wedding party was coming out. The bride and groom both were given doves, setting them free in the air. Champagne corks soon thereafter flew into the air. I did not catch this one, Peta.
We entered the Church of the Holy Trinity. Simona said to be quiet inside but many apparently did not get the message. It is dedicated to three Christians hanged in the days when pagans fought the introduction of Christianity into ...