Minotel Kaunas Hotel
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... had more luck and the market was open and busy! After looking round at the various clothes stalls and the meat and fish market, we booked our onwards bus and then went back to the hostel for lunch.
In the afternoon we walked up to a viewing point on the other side of the river. We took the budget option of the stairs as appose to the cable cars that also went up. Once at the top, there were great views over the old town. We climbed back down and took a ...
Or you could have soup made from blood. Just blood.
After wandering to the end and back we stop at a promising looking restaurant/night club like place called Jazzbar.
The food all looks amazing, so inexpensive, and very cheap cocktails.
No sign of Borscht, cabbage, or blood anywhere.
After ordering and devouring steak fillet with herb and butter sauce with asparagus and baked tomatoe, Rusher had spinach ...
... for a bit. But now I wasn’t so sure. I thought maybe it had gotten stuck under my eyelid so I started walking around the town blinking like mad trying to dislodge it. But it was to no avail. Trying to take photos with a blurry right eye was interesting. It was a bit annoying but there was nothing I could do except keep blinking.
I made my way down the main pedestrian street, all the way down to Kaunas’ old town. Some beautiful buildings there, but ...
... tune to all of us.
From the Sts. Peter and Paul, we headed down towards the Nemunas river to see the exterior of St. Vytautas that was close enough to the river that it had marks on the side to indicate flood level. We stode alongside the river and then up a set of bleacher like structures that are used for summer concerts.
It was time for a quick breather at the hotel and then back to the van for a trip to ...
... Lithuania and particularly Vilnius during Nazi occupation. On our last night in Vilnius we decided to have some Lithuanian food in a small restaurant off the main square where many tourists and locals congregated to drink, eat and people watch. Jenny had a pork dish and I went for some sausages, pickled vegetables and potatoes. The sausages were pork, large and boiled. They repeated their flavor for another 24 hours- and I will not be back for ...