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... the ground. A taxi driver barked at us and woke a colleague who took us to our hotel. For a paltry £20 we were able to get access to our room early and a little rejuvenating kip. Each bus/ trolleybus ride here costs a flat 70cents (50p), so we headed in to the Old town- worth seeing but not worth travelling out of your way to reach. The buses generally appear to be driven by sour faced, middle aged women during ...
... 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.
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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 ...
... with cold borscht, mashed potatoes, and a tray of sliced Lithuanian bacon. Next, came cepellinis (minced meat stuffed potato dumplings) topped with bacon gravy and sour cream. Mmm. We thought we were done. It was time for third cake of the day, a Lithuanian specialty called Sakotis. This was Barb’s second cake of the day, but her birthday cake. Whoa baby, it was time for a barbecue. All along, beverages of many sorts and ...
... Lione led us to the cemetery and churchyard, which had been maintained through the years by the family. Here, we found the grave of Barb's great grandparents, that had been paid for by Barb's grandmother after she came to the U.S. It was a good thing we picked up Lione, who knew this information.
We weren't able to read the tombstone at first, but after rubbing with some leaves, names started to ...