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We have been in Vilnius for a few days, and have walked many streets. We have enjoyed great coffee while we rested our feet. Have taken the funicular to the Upper Castle. Walked inside one of the most beautiful ...
... that we were not in central Vilnius at the bus station. Far off in the distance, we could see what looked like an old town. So we walked up and down a very busy road trying to get our bearings (we had no map for this area, nor any Lithuanian currency) and after some consideration we tried to get a bus. They were packed (commuter traffic by now) and there didn't appear to be any way to buy a ticket. So ...
... headed down to the beach area of the large lake adjacent the historic village to have a swim, but no, the water was full of blue green algae, no swimming here! But Lana and I were grateful for Giedre's botanical lessons throughout the day, I saw Horsetail for the first time, an oak tree with acorns and a wild strawberry! Also saw a hazelnut tree with nuts and so many others I have now forgotten, an amazing ...
... walked past the Church of St Theresa, a wedding party was coming out. The bride and groom both were given doves, setting them free in the air. Champagne corks soon thereafter flew into the air. I did not catch this one, Peta.
We entered the Church of the Holy Trinity. Simona said to be quiet inside but many apparently did not get the message. It is dedicated to three Christians hanged in the days when pagans fought the introduction of Christianity into ...
... had names. So I have no idea what is in any of my pictures. Nevertheless, we did make it into Old Town and saw a lot of the city. We went into the National Museum which had a hugely different feel from the Estonian/Latvian ones in that Lithuania actually won battles at some point - so there were lots of military artifacts, references to early battles, and so forth. Pointedly missing from this museum was any reference to anything that happened after ...