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... ourselves up. An hour or so later the girls left to go home because it was 6am and we all needed our sleep. The following day Johannas and Mark were going to see the castle of Trakai which is about 20/25miles out of the city. I on the other hand was going to move city which was the second largest city it Lithuania called Kaunas. I soon changed my mind when I saw some pictures of the castle. We caught a local bus to Trakai bus station and then had to walk a few kilometres to the ...
... I ate at Mano Guru which specializes in salads. How perfect! It was a casual place and not far at all so the perfect choice.
I will leave the hotel at 1pm on Wednesday leaving me ample time to pack if I don't do so tonight. It's a small airport and my flight is at 2:35pm.
See you in Riga!
Well, we have sorted out how we are getting out of Vilnius. We had seen a travel agency with a model of a Qantas jet in our travels on Saturday and Sarina managed to take us back there this morning which impressed Alex! tha travel Agent was very good and he explored all the options for us and we discovered the simplest and most cost effective way of leaving was by flying to Krakow. It was cheaper to go Vilnius via a stop in Warsaw, then on to Krakow, rather than just flying Vilnius ...
... 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 ...
At night we walked into the old town of Vilnius to have a typical Lithuanian dinner and enjoy the sites of this beautiful Baroque city. As magnificent as this city is, the cuisine leaves much to be desired: potatoes + potatoes + potatoes with some meat or fish.
Our wonderful Ruta will guide us again tomorrow, our last day. We hope to be enjoying many rich cultural sites in Vilnius both Jewish and Lithuanian.