Dom Kultury Polskiej
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... 4-6 nights a week. The band only plays once a month here, so it was a big night. The club promotes the dancing and period dress and is a big social club.
It seems it's bad etiquette to dance less than 2 songs with a partner, and you must switch often. We were thinking of joining in, but they were too intimidating. So we found a seat in the balcony and watched the show. Later, they had a short dance contest and ...
... during the last 10 days.
I kept thinking of where I have to go and what I have to do; I don’t have to look far, I’m centrally located. The logical thing to do was visit the Cathedral.
Vilnius Cathedral and the Cathedral Square where the Palace of the Grand Dukes also stands.
... 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 ...
... which has given us a breath of fresh air before we embark on the journey home - a journey through Poland, Germany and the Netherlands - from Vilnius and back again and enough of a taste of Lithuania to suggest that there is more to see (as is ever the case). TTFN folks.
Beer rating - 7
Cat rating - 7 (not by amount but by size)
Cheese rating - 8
Tintin rating n/a
... s Tower" using a lamp-holder with candle to illuminate the dark spiral steps. We find it much more interesting to see unrestored ruins rather than those that have been rebuilt. We came across several castle ruins on our walks, a reconstructed island fortress, and many caves. Next stop was Riga, on the banks of the Daugava River. This was another interesting medieval city to explore, with the old and new town being ...