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... 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, ...
... from the front desk and I was on my way out around 6pm hoping to find Raw Raw, a vegan restaurant. I found it right away, I can read the map! It's a casual place which is what I always look for and they say that all dishes are prepared with fresh ingredients.
I stayed a while after my meal going over the map and the In Your Pocket guide book. The sites and museums that I ...
... where we planned to meet everyone. On the way we heard military music near the President's Palace and stopped to watch a ceremony of the changing of the flags. The three flags at the front of the Palace represent Lithuania, European Union and NATO. A troop from each of the three armed forces came and ceremoniously changed the flags. When we told everyone at lunch what we had seen, no-one else had ever managed to see it! After lunch we went to the ...
... rain and it was torrential for about 20 minutes, like I’ve never seen rain before. It was crazy.
I finally got out of the hostel at about 5pm and met Hannah at the Town Hall Square. We were both absolutely starving, so while we were trying to find a traditional Lithuanian restaurant, we came across an Italian place that looked really good. We decided just to eat there as well, so pizza from Basilico it was. And it was excellent!
We did not know what to expect from the capital of Lithuania, Vilnius. As the bus came into the city we saw that it was nestled in hills around the confluence of the Neris and Vilnia rivers. Our taxi whisked us from the bus station to our Old Town hotel very quickly through the thin Sunday traffic.
Our first exploratory walk through the Old Town seemed to reveal a church on every ...