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... I'd have to read up more to understand the history, since the information in the small museum was all written in Lithuanian. If anyone knows more about them, feel free to fill me in.
After a leisurely lunch of Kibinai and beer overlooking the lake, I walked up to the castle for the obligatory photo stop. It's much nicer from afar; up close, it's pretty much just the courtyard and halls. I didn't feel like paying for a guided ...
... vehicles are suddenly inundated with Russian creating lanes that don’t exist! Anyway, it took us about an hour-and-a-half to get through the Russian side of the border and then we sat in No-Man’s Land for about 30 minutes or so. When we finally got to the Estonian side of the border, they were confused by the Queensland Registration papers. They seemed to expect more! We had a duplicate of our Registration paper (provided by Qld Transport) ...
... and Australian.
We crossed over one bridge where there were marriage locks on the bridge. These have not been made into trees such as they had been in Moscow but the tradition is also strong here to place a lock somewhere when you are married. I told my guide I had heard in Belarus that for every 1000 marriages, 700+ end in divorce. He said that here ...
Located between Poland and Latvia, and Baltic Sea to the north, Lithuania is a young country with old traditions. 21 years ago, after being ruled by the Polish, German and eventually the Russians, this small country finally became the newest tourist destination in Europe.
As I spent only 4 days in this little country so I can only picked up a few attraction from Lithuania, and I bet Trakai should not be missed. Trakai, only 50 km away from Vilnius, once ...
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