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... we were now starving! We then set out for a quick walk around the main town and to stock up on more food (obviously!)
The next day arrived and with it finally a lie in! Unfortunately it brought the rain too! We headed out to conduct our own walking tour around the old town where we visited three churches and saw the town hall. We also saw a monument to two Lithuanian guys who used to hold the record for the longest single journey flight. ...
... no worries, here is booze.
Not only is this the only time it is socially acceptable to drink at 7am and be joined by everyone else around you, you feel obliged to so that everyone else does not feel like an alcoholic for having a pint at 7am.
As we board the plane I am SO EXCITED! for once I FINALLY get assigned a window seat. I never get the window seat and I figure the odds are eventually I will get one.
This is my lucky day.
As I get to ...
... and you can see it from everywhere.
It was now getting close to midday when I had to check out so I went back to hostel and packed, but the guys there allowed me to keep my pack there until I was ready to leave for Vilnius. I headed out again, this time north, and took the funicular up the hill to another church to climb the tower for a view of the town. Unlike all the other churches I had done this in, this was a very modern church, so it was only the view I was ...
... Vietnam, and Russia. At the Vilnius airport we were met by our next limo, a late model Volkswagen van with 350,000 kilometers on the odometer, no hubcaps, and no air conditioning. It was Moscow all over again. After a little nap time and an hour or so, we were dropped off at Hotel Daguridas in the heart of Old Town Kaunas.
After a little freshening up we walked around ...
... about all the trouble
people had goten into going to them. But despite that the music scene
sounded complex and grown from grass routes. Even victore the monk
(hostel owner) was dabbled in progressive elctronica dj'ing
There was a lot to the city and so much of it felt boheamn. From the
open air art to the vigen place down the road and from the devil museum
to the "jump up" (a karioky place)
So perhaps it was this that ...