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... small bar and when we saw the band wearing silly hats and playing what sounded like Balkan Ska, we knew we had to go in. They were super fun and silly and there was no cover charge. What a great night.
We needed it after visiting the Occupation museum in the former headquarters of the Gestapo and KGB. The Baltic states have really had it rough throughout their history, especially the last 100 years. First invaded by ...
... Tower not knowing what to expect. There are stairs. More climbing, more narrow, steep steps winding tightly as if unending. The scary part was that others were coming down at the same time! How do they balance themselves? I was tempted to stop mid way but I didn't.
A view of the city from the ...
... 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 ...
... We stumbled upon some volleyball and generally took a look around. We spent the afternoon at the KGB museum which was fairly grim as you can imagine, so relaxed in the park afterwards with coffee. Julia checked out some cool op shops and we wandered through the non touristy part of the centre lined with trendy bars. We went to Šnekutis for dinner, a small filthy pub run by a man who you can't see where his long hair ends and his ...
... determined never to breed.
The only other thing of interest was a market fun day today put on by the mayor, who loves bicycles and segways. They had beanbags set up, good music, a swing, table-tennis and they closed the street for real tennis... And then at three they put on a parade of decorated bikes. It was fun to watch from a cafe while sipping a chai latte and eating cake.
P.S. over the cold already thanks to big doses of vitamin ...