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... I grabbed a quick bite to eat from the city festival street food vendors. To try and relax a bit, I went and treated myself to a massage. While it was relaxing, I think it just served to find all the knots and kinks in my muscles that three weeks of backpacking has inflicted on my back. I should've gone for the deep tissue massage instead.
Feeling a bit better after the massage, I made my way to a chocolate restaurant I had spotted ...
... all was quiet in the Republic today, many of their craft shops were closed, maybe another Public Holiday? Had a look in St. Anne's church, beautiful gothic style; I am getting better at picking Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance and Rococo styles in churches although some churches have a certain period exterior and a different period interior! Just wandered around looking in shops and buying the odd present and a man bag for the author (yes, I have ...
... 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. ...
... yelps every so often. No one else seemed to be having the difficulty I was having. The views from the top were worth the climb. The wind at the top was pretty cold and we did not stay long.
Vilnius is rumored to have about 40 churches around the town. We stopped inside St. Anne's Church, Bernardine Church and the main Cathedral in Cathedral Square. John said that we only stop inside the churches because they warm him up. I am happy to go in a look ...
... by restaurants and tour guides trying to interest you in seeing the city with them. Next was Old town (Senamiestis) such a difference in buildings, each one being slightly different with character and age. We could still see evidence that there had been a war here not that long ago, with crumbling buildings and bullet holes in the walls. Restaurants lined the cobbled streets, with no shortage of people filling into them. After looking at a few places of interest ...