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... head to a hostel literally 2 mins up the road! After booking our bus tickets for the following day we headed out to climb a hill which would give us a 360 degree view of Vilnius. When then headed to revisit the Republic of Užupis as we liked it so much and just wondered around the streets for a while. We were unprepared for how nice the weather was and had overlayered up! This meant that it was soon time to stop for an ice cream treat! Tom had white chocolate and I ...
... all day, and I was exhausted and drained and feeling numb. I had to eat, though, so I forced myself to go out. I went to a vegetarian restaurant that Lina had recommended, and ordered comfort food: tea, and potato blintzes with mushrooms and cheese. Okay, they call them blynai, but same difference. All the food in Lithuania feels so familiar to those of us who grew up eating Ashkenazi Jewish cooking. Not exactly a surprise; it all comes from this part of the world.
... a bunker that was used in both World War I and II - and has been converted into a museum commemorating both wars. There is a small entry fee however and I had no Lithuanian currency, so I first stopped in at a random shopping mall where I found a bank and swapped out my Polish for Lithuanian. I also got an opportunity to ditch the 200 of Czech currency I still had. With money in hand I drove to the fort, paid my entry fee, and peered at the various ...
... anywhere. The mayor had a rather unique solution to this problem: he got a TANK and ran over one of the cars. He then printed a ton of stickers with the phrase "Don't Make Me Get The Tank." Problem solved!
Vilnius, like every other city in Europe, features many bridges covered in padlocks. Apparently it's tradition here when you get married to not only attach a lock but also to carry your wife across the bridge. In Riga, it's apparently to carry her ...
... hanging around just down the hill. Nobody that bothered me, mind.
Once settled in, two things were clear: a) I was going to like the hostel and b) I would be fine in Lithuania.
There were a few other bags already in the room, but I only counted three beds occupied besides my own. Three other people in an eight-bed dorm is a rare luxury.
As this trip starts to wind down, there are things that I've never elaborated on anywhere near as much as I ...