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The first day of this adventure involved us leaving home at 5:30am to make it to the airport for a 7:30am flight to Vilnius. However as we were about the board the plane, there was a technical issue that delayed us by almost 2 hours. Although we didn't mind arriving later, as we already knew that we had plenty of spare time and we couldn't check …
... how the union between Lithuania and Poland came to be.
About the Tatars and Karaite: in the 15th century, the Grand Duke Vytautas invited them to serve as soldiers and bodyguards. He promised to allow them freedom of religion and to this day that promise has been upheld. The Tatars are of Muslim faith; there are 3 or ...
... with his parents and siblings, his grandmother Gertruda and his great grandmother Alma. His great grandmother Alma told Tomas lots of stories about Henry (Lana's father) and their early life in Lithuania. We said goodbye to Tomas at 6:30am as he headed off to work at the timber mill 60 kms away, wonder when we will meet again? Monika took us to the bus station where we boarded the 10:00am bus ...
... been happy to buy! There were three Wedgewood bowls for 35 lylas, which is about $15. Vytaute said the dealer was also prepared to haggle and I was very tempted as they were a pattern that I loved! But getting them home would have been a challenge! We also went through the main tourist alleyways (dodging brides!) and up the tower at the University. The lift was working today, so we managed ...
... on the wall.
We walked all the down to the Church of St. Anne, took a couple pictures in front of the church as a group. Then walked past another church and down a side street again to stop in an Amber Museum. The stairs to get downstairs were cut into the rock and pretty narrow.
Downstairs in the museum though was really neat. It was an old excavation site where people would dig up amber. And of course, it had walls full of ...