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... I was staying in Warsaw. The following morning I had a flight home. Gloucester City had drawn Forest Green in the FA cup, an unmissable match which I had to return for! I spent the day wandering the Old town and also taking a closer look at the national stadium, surly one of few stadiums that gets less impressive the closer you get!
Although I was going home, my trip wasn't over. I would be flying back out to Poland and would then visit Germany, ...
... 31 a night we have rented a very spacious 1 bedroom flat which although massive, has seen better days.
It is however directly on the main strip in new Kaunas.
Dropping our bags we head out for a stroll.
I'm already regretting not bringing more clothes and questioning my choice of location as there is not much here.
Not to mention the research we did the previous night advised that the main food was cold beet borscht accompanied with a hot, ...
... the serving was a little on the small side.
I wandered for a bit more before grabbing a coffee and deciding to head to Vilnius. The guy at the hostel convinced me take the train instead of the bus, saying that the train goes through forest, is faster and cheaper. So I grabbed my pack and made my way to the train station. He was right on all three accounts: the train got me to Vilnius faster through some lovely countryside and it was under half the price of a bus ticket.
... The castle dated from the 14th century and was largely restored during several periods of the 20th century.
We gathered in the castle confines for an English guide and saw several interior rooms, a courtyard, and learned a lot about the impact of Vytautas on creating the kingdom of Lithuania and of various plots to prevent said kingdom from happening. We were glad to hear that the castle ...
The bright point of my visit was my first experience couch surfing. I met some people on the bus from Riga and they introduced me to an interesting, well-traveled man named Giedrius (forgive my spelling!) who had owned some flats in Kaunas. He invited me up to his flat for breakfast the two days which I stayed with him. I made a pasta dinner for him and his house mates and we discussed ...