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... France before Christmas to see the Christmas markets. I even left my bag in Poland so the flight was cheaper, anything to save a bit of money!
As the flight was in progress, the pilot would occasionally come on the speaker to update us on progress, not that it was necessary. Looking out the window, 3/4 of the trip was made in clear, bright blue sky. Then it clouded over, and as we dipped through the clouds, the rain began...
"Welcome to England"
Or you could have soup made from blood. Just blood.
After wandering to the end and back we stop at a promising looking restaurant/night club like place called Jazzbar.
The food all looks amazing, so inexpensive, and very cheap cocktails.
No sign of Borscht, cabbage, or blood anywhere.
After ordering and devouring steak fillet with herb and butter sauce with asparagus and baked tomatoe, Rusher had spinach ...
Slept quite well in my private room. The bed was comfy and there wasn't too much noise. I showered and after a quick coffee and croissant at a downstairs café, I headed out to do some sightseeing before I had to leave for Vilnius later on. It was at this point that I realised that something wasn’t quite right with my contact lenses. My left eye was fine, but my right was really blurry. When I put them in, I’m sure I felt the right one in there because it felt a ...
... as a UNESCO site as one of the few examples of a restored medieval castle. It was interesting to learn that the castle had an in-floor system of heating channels similar to what was used in Roman times. After about 2 hours at the castle, it was time to return to Kaunas and get ready for a family dinner.
We took a couple hours to wander the shops of Kaunas and to prepare ourselves for a wonderful evening.
... affairs in eastern Europe. Giedrius had been many places and was wise in his assessments of the merits and drawbacks of long term travel. He expressed how it was difficult to travel properly while having a family and hard to pay proper attention to a family while traveling extensively. I compared the notion to tending a garden: one simply had to be there, wholly perhaps.
Giedrius explained how ...