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Back in Vilnius, I made my way back to the Home made House hostel where I stayed before and rung the doorbell a few times but no-one answered. Figuring Renata was out on an errand, I sat on the step for a while. After 15 minutes or so, an American guest turned up and let me in, but Renata showed up just a few minutes later. We sat and talked for a while about my trip to the Curonian Spit and we were soon joined by other guests coming back for the evening. It was a fun ...
... br> Back into the cathedral. A mass was going on so sat at the very back for a bit. There was about 50 parishioners in attendance. I did like the displays re the history, architecture and art of the cathedral. Every church that John Paul II visited has at least a plaque re his visit.
To the town hall square, looking for camera angles. The heat is just starting to build up. The weather might be unsettled today so poncho in the daypack.
... Up the stairs there was a recreation of a hideout which had a video and parts of a diary being read out. The room had no air conditioning to get the full feel and it was very hot- this must have been awful with so many people there. The only other visitors were a Jewish tour group who were in Vilnius to learn all about the Jewish history and are going on a walking tour tomorrow. The guides were telling them stories of the people who were noted in the museum and parts of it were ...
... came out for a while. We had lunch at a snack type cafe on the lakeside and tried a meat pasty rather like a Cornish pasty with a pork filling. Very tasty. We drove back to Vilnius and Diane and I decided the visit to the KGB museum would be too upsetting also we have it a miss. It was emotional enough to read all the names of those who had died there on the outside of the building. We spent the rest ...
... 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 ...