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The one last place to explore was a small city district that declared itself an independent republic. The Republic of Uzipis is a community of artists but there wasnt really any signs or markings to indicate its status except for a large fluted monument. ...
The Mosque was locked until prayer time so we didnt get to see inside and didnt have time to wait or come back. We made our way into town ...
... tourist office said would do GF bread, and they do, but had run out for today!
Breakfast in the hotel felt rather like lunch, with offerings including chicken broth, cheese, ham, salad, pancakes with meat or cheese and waffles.
Lithuania has less colourful housing than Poland. Still has sandy soil, still has mistletoe, but not everywhere. People are less tied to crossing the road only in the places ...
... latter stunningly so. It will be worth a return visit. It had evidently recently been refurbished.
Lunched at a restaurant on the strip with Tony, Paul and Cybil. Good banter over a herring appetizer and a large Volfas Engelman Regalae [lager]. It was light tasting but more importantly was cold.The presentation of the food in Lithuania has been artufl .
Walked to the Best Western hotel. Had a shower and did the blog to date, freeing up ...
9am. Action Stations. We gathered our things as quickly as possible and left our cells. Despite everything, I had slept relatively well. Jack on the other hand was a crimson head zombie; mumbling incomprehensibly as he shuffled around with his bags but after forcing a croissant into his system and a quick cigarette we were good to go. Our plan was to visit Trakai, a nearby medieval village and castle, before continuing on towards Kaunas. It seemed the right thing to do given ...