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... by which time it was in the hands of the Swedes and fell into ruin. Presently the church within its walls, now of the Lutheran faith is being extensively restored. The town is also renowned for its health spas and mud treatments, neither of which interested my lot especially.We took a large and expensive ferry for the 20 - 25 min crossing to the island of Muhu from where there is a causeway to the island of Saaremaa. Once on board people rushed upstairs to ...
... never questions whether we will or will not land in one piece.
We are met in the airport by a very angry looking man with very little English and a lovely sign with my name.
I have never felt so special.
We are also met by a blast of FREEZING cold air.
This is why random flights to Kaunas are so bleeding cheap in October.
As he drives us into Kaunas we drive by a multitude of communist looking buildings all looking like that have not had ...
... visit, moist of the statues had been repaired and put back in place and the central altar and choir stalls have been repaired. Today was a special day for Lithuanian Catholics as they were honouring Mary's mother, so we had a procession and special mass. The family also had a large party, with way too much food, swimming and games. It was a very loud and rowdy party and could have been any family event in Australia, ...
It was actually pretty cheap food and drink, if the exchange rate in my head was working well. I had a BLT with and almond iced coffee. Both were fantastic, especially the coffee. It was also really nice to sit in an air conditioned building because we were all so hot. We didn't have much time after eating - just enough to refill my IcelandAir water bottle and head into the lobby to start the walking tour.
... spread of food. And a birthday cake for Barb! It never really stopped from that point forward.
We then, with our interpreter, Jurgita’s aunt, set out for Kaunas Castle. It had been reconstructed, but like all castles, met us with a spiral staircase of many steps. We took a nice picture with all of Barb’s relatives with the castle in the background.
From the castle, it was off to Old Town, and to St. ...