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Travel Blogs from Vilnius
... up their to see where it was an what the place looked like from the outside was the initial aim. I could always change my mind and go inside if I wanted to.
It was a nice sunny day so I followed the river around to the Green Bridge and then turned north to head to the market. I'd memorized the name of the street intersection I was looking for so I'd know when I'd reach the market building and wouldn't have to stand on a dodgy street looking at a map. But as I ...
... including ghost tours, Prague by night walks or pub crawls which were massing crowds on every corner, not to mention Czechs from who knows where who break out into spontaneous dancing which seems to draw more Czechs out of the woodwork. Keith decided to offload all of his Czech change before our early morning departure so bought a couple of ice cream comes but coming up short for two scoops told the guy to give him ...
The most memorable event thus far has been the trip to Saulai. This is a smaller northern city in Lithuania which hosts the Hill of Crosses. During Soviet times, Lithuanians would place crosses on this hill to commemorate loved ones who had died, either in mass graves, or those whose bodies had not been returned to their families. Of course, each morning the crosses were removed by the opposition. Each night, more Lithuanians would venture near the land to place ...
... along the M4 in the UK with the latest soon to be forgotten boy band tucked up in the back on route from london to play a gig at The Millennium Stadium. Inside however it's mass transport at its best. 12 sets of double seats line the right hand side and 10 single seats line the left. All are deeply padded with soft leather, have about twice the leg room of any luxury coach I have been ...
... to house Vilnius' Jewish civillians. It was one of those "wow, I'm VERY far from home" moments where the view that lay before us was exactly like I'd imagined parts of central/eastern europe would look like.
The so-called micro city of Uzupis was our next port of call.
The Independent Republic of Uzupis has a colourful history that can be best described not in my own words, but in those of another more clever and talented than I. Please enjoy the following excerpt from ...
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