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... Aussie beaches has any fear of this place overtaking them in the popularity stakes. The ‘beach’ wasn’t even as good as the one we’d seen at Haapsalu. There is, however, a swimming event that starts from here, a 2.5k swim to the next island. No mention of when that it held on any sign L read.So, we crossed the causeway and headed off across Saaremaa. One of the main attractions here is a hole in the ground. Now I ask you, how can a hole in ...
... min bus back to Vilnius in time to catch the Palace of the Dukes before it closed at 6pm. We took a cab back to the bus station for 3 Eu. The heat was quite bad like mid June and making us both quite tired. We forgot to cross to the other side of the river and take the funicular for city views.
We got ...
... salmon fillet salad.
How each of these were 5.50 Euro, I will never know.
The lights were low, lasers played patterns across all surfaces, the fog machine produced bursts of fog all the while accompanied with loud Buddha bar music.
Yes Buddha bar. Not Jazz.
Accompanied with this very atmospheric place was also a TV with first hockey and then basketball showing.
I know, we didn't get it either.
Hiding in the corner with a perfect ...
... 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, ...
... We then entered the museum, which had exhibits from all of warfare, including a North American tomahawk and sparse English commentary. The hall of kings was impressive. The exhibit featuring a downed transatlantic flight from 1933 was especially captivating as it is also being featured at the Balzekas museum in Chicago.
Then it was time for a funicular ride to visit a church that (surprise) was turned into a radio factory by ...