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... celebrations from the locals and one guy even buying everyone in the bar a shot. We spent the remainder of the game praying for more goals! The game finished 1-0 and we then made a hasty escape before the karaoke began!
The following day was our last in Vilnius. We spent the day generally walking round the Old Town, discovered what appeared to be an abandoned church and also revisited the Republic of Uzupis. We had to move hostel as we hadn’t ...
... Lithuania. The light green altar inside was beautiful.
Had lunch past the spot of tonight's dinner. It was a buffet type place. Had a cold beet soup [with potatoes], a local drink with raisins in it and a cappuccino . My afternoon plan was to see what churches I could as I eventually headed to the Church of Saints Peter and Paul.
Went off solo thereafter. Went in the Church of St Casimir. It was rather plain save for the gold leaf altars. Paid ...
... wife of Egle). Nerijus is a football referee and is currently involved in a tournament in Kaunas which is why he is not able to be home at the moment. It was good that he had a day off as was able to spend the afternoon with us. He also had a big surprise for the boys by presenting them all with their own Lithuanian football shirt with their name on the back and their age as the number - very cool. Had a great ...
... Next to the cathedral is the city's bell tower, another historical and magnificent achievement here in Vilnius. I could go on about many more structures, but there are countless statues, sculptures, artwork, and buildings that can stop you in your tracks in every part of the city. It is an incredible feeling to be in the midst of something so well adapted to modern culture, and yet maintains the beauty of its roots. I never expected such a pleasant blend of ...
Oh the joys of overnight bus travel. The harsh realities of backpacking came crashing back to us as we sat for 7 hours (from midnight to 7am) on a cramped, stiflingly hot, jam packed rickety Eurolines bus from Poland to Lithuania. Our arrival in Vilnius in the early hours of Sunday morning wasn't particularly auspicious either with no local money, no shops open and needing to go to the toilet with all the loos coin operated! However things brightened ...