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Travel Blogs from Vilnius
... we fill ourselves up and after tea soak up the town atmosphere wandering around enjoying the music, people and the lovely place. Its really nice and we congratulate ourselves on our great choice. Its good night nurse who has struggled to stay awake and we go to sleep listening to the sound of the church bells and fireworks cracking in the night. Makes me think of the Nato and Russian armies massing and I make John get up to check that it is just fireworks!!!!! ...
... of tidying up when we arrived and this ended in carrying toilet seats and lawn mowers through a house. Melanie carrying one tile at a time amused me on another level. I think I slept for 18 hours that night and woke up to Uma sitting on my face (dog not a human). The kids there were incredible and the seminars we did were so honest I really felt I got to know everybody so quickly. Unfortunately we had to go back into the real world after the countryside adventure and ...
... we actually left Vilnius and visited the Republic of Užupis. This literally translates as the Republic on the other side of the river. This area was abandoned after the Second World War and were later occupied by the homeless and prostitutes leading it to become a rather dangerous area with one street being nicknamed 'Death Street'. The district eventually attracted Artists and bohemians and in 1997 the residents declared it a republic along with its own flag, ...
... it with your phone). The departure area was not dull-looking like the building is from the outside. In fact, for a small airport, it was quite modern and equipped with the usual stores and eateries. I boarded on time, departed early and arrived ahead of schedule on a flight that lasted not more than 45 minutes. Any drink or snack on the plane was at a cost,
A small bus took the travelers ...
... houses next door but one of the most striking features is the onion dome churches showing the Russian influences.
Vilnius in general is like a run-down Warsaw which is in itself a run-down Berlin in that the buildings & the vehicles all look to be very lived in.
Wednesday 11th June
Set out with Lukas, our guide, on a walking tour of Vilnius. Luckily we caught a trolley bus into town to save Dick’s legs but it was still quite ...