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... and served with potatoes. Was quite delicious and filling. The Lithuanians are quite proud of their culinary heritage and have set up an association for restaurants to get their dishes as being heritage listed so to speak.
After dinner I was feeling quite worn out so I headed back to the hostel. I chatted to Finnish David and Maltese David and Renata before heading up for bed. I bought some earplugs today and I hope to god they work.
... four flags were designed [one for each season], and a suitable constitution was duly drawn up. The 41 rights which form the constitution are attached to a wall on Paupio Street. In addition, it has a palace, an army [of 12] to defend it and a National Day [1st April] Here is a translation of the terms of the constitution - Everyone has the right to live by the River Vilnelė, while the River Vilnelė has the right to flow ...
... island on the approach one could tell the setting was going to be special.
Parked the bus and walked past some souvenir shops and restaurants to the causeway linking the mainland to the castle. It had been largely destroyed but the Soviets actually did most of the reconstruction. Only 20% of the castle is original. Paid a camera fee , again well worth it.
The first floor dealt with the life and times of Vytautus the Great, including ...
Around dinner time we made our way to the super market to spend the money from the useless change jar that we collected yesterday. We were able to get Johnny a beer... a new one from Lithuania called Kalnapilis and a liter of yogurt. Not bad.
Next stop: Overnight bus to Warsaw, Poland
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# of cities: 59
... pizza offer can't wait another day, so we head there for the second time in a day for dinner and a pint of Utenos. Same table, same waitress - we're officially regulars there now. The next day we have blue skies and some sun for the first time in a week. So we decide to take advantage and do a short trek up a steep hill to Gediminas Tower which gives us a nice view over the city. After some wandering around the streets and Hales market, we head back to the hostel for a late ...