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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... because it didn't take long to fill to capacity, leaving two young women having to stand until we reached the first local stop where two other passengers disembarked. (The first bus was clearly an intercity bus, it's first stop being Trakai, whereas this smaller bus stopped several times along the way.
Half an hour later, we were back in Vilnius where we checked out the local market place. Most stalls had packed up, but a few were still ...
It's 10:00pm. I only slept in 20 minutes bursts on the bus last night. I have spent all day smelling like I just got out of the gym. I was meant to relax tonight , but I ended up spending hours trying to complete, print, scan and send a job application form. This wasn't due to any particular difficulty with the form, but simply due to lack of adequate IT at my disposal. It's the first time so far I wish I'd brought a laptop.
Basically I'm tired, I'm ...
Yesterday we did finally make it to a horrible history museum, visiting the KGB museum, detailing some of the history between 1940 and 1991. Fortunately we then went for lunch with a British Quaker who lives here in Vilnius, and had some much more positive conversations, and enjoyed another Lithuanian veggie cafe. After some wandering around Vilnius to get bus and train info for the next ...
... in Trakai: Tatars and Karaims. Both groups were invited by Grand Duke Vytautas to Trakai when he encountered them while fighting in the Crimea. The Karaims are an ancient Jewish people, descendents of the steppe Kipchak people who adopted Judaism. Vytautas invited them to live in Trakai and served both military and civilian roles in the town. Today there are a couple of hundred Karaims still living in Trakai and their culture is very important to them.
I got off the ...
... was Vytautus the Great, head of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania at one time. He is the only person called 'the Great' in Lithuanian history.
We were back on the A1 withib 10 minutes, heading for Trakai Island Castle, built by Vytautus the Great. It was his favourite residence outside Vilnius.
Simona gave a quiz on the Baltic Republics. I teamed up with David and Sarah as the 'Back Seat Bandits'. A low number [out of 16] was expected for ...