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... our our last 20 zloty (£10) or a credit card. After much huffing, the officer told us just to go !!! Fortunately we are old hands at this racket, having had similar in Turkey, Greece etc, so kept our cool. Time to leave Poland and head off to Lithuania by overnight bus. Noted a sharp weather change as we neared northern Poland- and snow !! 5.30am found us finally at Kaunas bus station, a dusting of snow and sheet ...
... there was no walking tour as we were out of season, so we tried to create our own. We passed a huge church and then went on into the town square and saw the town hall. We continued on past that and came to a huge park. We walked to the end where it met the river, and saw several fishermen, knee deep in water, having very little luck. On the way back we passed the remains I the castle, oddly built on lower than the surrounding area.
As the ...
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 ...
... all the way from begging to the end, and not only because it was hard to see miserable country. Also sometimes I had to give, sometimes lose. Sometimes there were so great things to laugh about or just to tear up and hold yourself.
You don't ask me why I
did it as there won't be any answer; but I will be glad to tell you how I
did it! I can say that little is enough the same as for those in
... Also, do not hire a vehicle from Thrifty Rentals Riga - okay so the name is a hint! The Hills of Crosses, which are really two small mounds, was our first stop in Lithuania. People have been placing crosses here of all types and sizes since 12th C. During Soviet times the Russians bulldozed the hills twice, but as you can see from the photograph, thousands and thousands of crosses cover the site again. The Curonian Spit and lagoon, or as ...