After completing my grocery shopping adventure yesterday, I made it out to one of the many malls in town. I didn't get any photos of them (yet?) - but what impressed me most is that they far surpassed the size of many American malls.
On the way to one of the malls, I passed a stadium that apparently was abandoned during construction. It's quite unusual to see just the skeleton of a stadium, with so many of the main components missing.
Back at the AirBnB, I was able to get to work - but not without eating a meal or two in there!
My lunch was a little charcuterie and cheese board. Dinner was salad, noodles, and chicken. I'm pretty grateful that my BnB host has a small kitchenette, so with some clever planning, it's possible to cook a pretty satisfying meal.
After dinner, rather than wasting all my time just lounging around, I decided to head back out and check out Old Town Vilnius in the dark. I was not disappointed.
The walk up to one of the old city gates was also stunning:
Finally, at the end of the night, I came across a little pastry shop. I decided I had walked enough during the day that I earned the passion fruit & dark chocolate tart that I ended the day with:
This blog started to talk about travel and food. Now, it's slowly expanding to cover some other topics. Stick around!