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There was another interesting Catholic Church with more Polish influences.
... We each tired this, and of course accompanied with a beer. We then took a walk alongside the lake back to the bus station, capturing a few photos along the way, Autumn had definitely arrived!
Once back in Vilnius, we spent some time in the hostel before all meeting up again to watch the football. Lithuania were playing a Euro qualifier against Estonia. We watched the match from the pub. Not much to report except a Lithuania goal 15 minutes from the ...
... decor inside. The stools had animal legs and tails, the lights in the ceiling were in cups & saucers and there were stacks of pancakes (artificial) everywhere! Anyway, our savoury pancakes were delicious but we couldn't order desert, we were full! Then we briefly left Lithuania to enter the Republic of Uzupis, a suburb of Vilnius. They have their own constitution, 4 flags (one for each season), an army of 12 and their National Day is April ...
... late to Vilnius. Instead of stone, brick was used which meant no exterior carvings.
We went inside the Bernardine Church. It was also Gothic in architecture. The high, vaulted interior was austere, very much like the order itself.
We walked past the presidential palace. Eventually a ceremony started re new military recruits. The president of the country took part in it. The aforementioned national anthem was part of the ceremony we saw.
... a distinguished Irish gentleman who can speak perfect English amd who has solved a crisis in the American embassy. He is not a fan of the American ambassador to Latvia, but the [female] Belarussian consul there did "pass the test." We've been stalking him with endless entertainment for the past like hour. we found him on facebook... which, given how common his name is (oh yeah, he didn't give it to us, Blum found it), took a lot of dedication!