Holiday Inn Vilnius
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... had started in the cathedral square. My highlight was a little boy who was dancing for all he was worth to a 2 man band. He was really going for it, twirling and running around, even throwing some break dancing moves in there and it was such a joy to see. When do we start caring so much about what people might think of us? And who dictates what is acceptable public behaviour??
"Dance like no one is watching. Love like you've never been hurt. Live like it night be your last day on ...
... of the roadsides & towns! Forests & fields of wheat, barley & canola the same as in Poland & the Czech Republic. Laimonas was there to meet us at the Vilnius Bus Station, very grateful to be picked up and taken back to his place where we will stay for the next few nights. He has renovated an apartment in an old 4 story building near the Old Town, it's very nice inside. Laimonas then took us on a walking tour of ...
... get married, for good luck. Across the bridge was Uzupis, a weird little neighbourhood of Vilnius that has declared "independence" from Lithuania as a sort of hippie artist community, with its own constitution, flag, currency, even president. It's sort of tongue-in-cheek, of course, with the constitution being set out in a bar. I walked around there a bit, but it was quiet and there weren't many people around, and it was hard to see much.
After that, I walked up to the ...
... he had met Zappa and they had become friends. So years transpire, and he keeps sharing these alleged postcards that Zappa had sent him wishing people Merry Christmas and so forth. Even after Zappa's death. So since Zappa had this apparent close relationship with Lithuanians, the government allowed this guy to put up a bust of him in the city. Or, in short, there is no reason why this statue exists, but it's there. Secondly, Lithuanians love basketball, and ...
... like the hostel I stayed at for the two nights I was in Amsterdam. It was a bit of a hole, but I was out with my friend Milou almost all the time so all I really did was fall asleep and wake up there. Recently, my focus has been more on budget than quality and a couple of times I've gambled, ie made a booking at a place that might not have looked great but was at least cheap. Amsterdam was the exception simply because hostels are so expensive there. But all of my ...