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Back in Vilnius it was about 5pm so we opted to take a cab to get us to the Palace of the Dukes. He got stuck in traffic so we got out to walk even though he charged 10 Euros!. The ticket ...
The Mosque was locked until prayer time so we didnt get to see inside and didnt have time to wait or come back. We made our way into town ...
... don't necessarily wait for the Green Person. There are tiny roadside kiosks selling fruit, as well as the ones selling crisps/chocolate/pop. I've seen pear cider in shops, but not apple cider, whereas in Poland apple cider is very common. We're staying just off 'one of the longest pedestrianised streets in Europe' (apparently c.1.7km long) and there is a marked bike lane along the length of it, which people mostly stay out of.
... skin tight stone washed jeans, leather boots, leather jackets, and high pony tail with random make up
Nope, classy, classy classy.
After 3 hours of cocktails and devine food we held our breath as we asked for the bill to head back and crash out.
65.00 euros later.
3 hours of cocktails.
I will be giving Jazzbar a very high rating on tripadvisor.
Tomorrow, off to old town!
... every intention of sneaking us in through the exit doors. The door lady would nothing of this idea. "No monastery for you!" Sigh. Soon enough our trusty van was back to take us to the Kaunas yacht club. Part of the river was dammed for hydroelectric power creating this busy site. We walked around and took in the calm waters.
The highlight of the day was dinner at Alvydas and Irena’s house. It was the dinner that never ended. ...