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... puddles in my shoes! The walk there was pretty tetchrous as the drains were struggling with the volume of water. Luckily the pavements were huge because the two metres closet to the road was a definite splash zone! I have never seen more people soaked by tidal waves from passing traffic than I have today!! We eventually made it to the market only to discover that most of the market had packed up and gone home! A little disheartened we settled on ...
... salmon fillet salad.
How each of these were 5.50 Euro, I will never know.
The lights were low, lasers played patterns across all surfaces, the fog machine produced bursts of fog all the while accompanied with loud Buddha bar music.
Yes Buddha bar. Not Jazz.
Accompanied with this very atmospheric place was also a TV with first hockey and then basketball showing.
I know, we didn't get it either.
Hiding in the corner with a perfect ...
... for. Which was quite nice once I got up there but it was quite hazy or smoggy that day. I made my way back down and went for a stroll through the nearby park, making my way down the hill and past a Soviet-era amusement park apparently it’s still used but I don’t think I would risk it given the state of the rides I saw. The park paths dropped me back at the main pedestrian street so I went and grabbed some beef stew from a nearby bakery/café for lunch. It was ...
... We then entered the museum, which had exhibits from all of warfare, including a North American tomahawk and sparse English commentary. The hall of kings was impressive. The exhibit featuring a downed transatlantic flight from 1933 was especially captivating as it is also being featured at the Balzekas museum in Chicago.
Then it was time for a funicular ride to visit a church that (surprise) was turned into a radio factory by ...
... made over a medicinal beverage known as 999 (9x3=27 herbs) and Nijole kept the drinks flowing. She reminded Barb a lot of her grandmother, who came to the U.S. from this area in 1913. Barbara was given rue, the symbol of Lithuania, an aromatic shrub that is a major aspect of life events in Lithuanian culture. A special cake was prepared known as sakotis and it was very tasty. Then, in came Nijole's daughter, with bags ...