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... on our way back to the hotel. Having a free afternoon we suffered through a number of technical difficulties (mainly becuase of the hotel's limited wifi) to watch a replay of the footy final ... had to end up sitting in the hotel foyer to do this (Cheryl, Peter and John Boyle)
Drinks with the crew before returning to the old town to try ''zepelins' for dinner.... another variation on pelmini or ravioli but much bigger. Another long day but a good one made better by the footy ...
... finished her Coffee, Ham& cheese Crepe and Greek Salad..then it was toilet stop then we had to pay...on and on and on....... Finally on our way and I went to take the path uphill and she said ..Oh I could never walk up that hill, we need to walk the extra kilometre to the Fernicular .... So it's any wonder I am getting so fat ! Off to the Fernicular I went.. When I got to the top I went straight up the tower and got some great vistas of the New & Old city.. The ...
This morning my friend had arrived and we were taking a day trip to the former capital Kaunas. Before that I wanted to visit the Synagogue which was close to my hotel. There is a rich religious diversity, not only in the number of Churches, but also other ...
... used to be registered as Catholic however this was because priests would try to lure people to become baptised by giving them a clean white shirt when they did. This lead to people going to different churches in the area and being baptised more than once just for the free shirt! So the official number of religious people in Lithuania is high but if you were to visit a church on Sunday you would be unlikely to see such a great number of followers.
While on the ...
... It was hard to imagine until I saw the film.
It was the perfect way to end my visit to Gedimina. I was left alone with a 2 others watching the film so the staircases were empty and I moved quickly. I thought the climb up to the tower was difficult but walking down was a struggle. It ...