This month has been a pretty good one full of more travel than usual. In addition to spending a few lovely weekends (it is freezing now in Vilnius!) exploring Vilnius streets and searching for more creative events and aspects of Vilnius. I checked out a few new cafes (perhaps I have a new favorite!) and drank my fill of coffee at a Coffee Conference. I enjoyed the autumn weather by walking through the oldest graveyard in Vilnius and taking a free walking tour around the city.
|A love lock over the Neris River|
|The oldest graveyard in Vilnius|
|Church of the Apparition of the Holy Mother of God, Vilnius (how's that for a name!)|
I also spent a weekend in Prague and enjoyed exploring the back alleyways. I ate way too much in Prague and I was amazed by the pure amount of food.
|The lovely Prague|
|Back alleys with hidden discoveries in Prague|
I just got back from a trip to Denmark and Sweden yesterday and I cannot wait to start sharing about that lovely trip. Denmark is probably my favorite places that I've visited in Europe (so far). I stayed in Copenhagen and made day-trips to Malmo and Helsingor. In Copenhagen I tasted a huge amount of licorice thanks to the licorice tour by Food Tours E.U. Helsingor was so lovely that I've started looking up jobs in the area...(can't hurt to try AmIRight?). I'll start posting about this trip next week.
|Goodies from Scandinavia|
|Fennel sausage on the food tour to go with our licorice beer - yum!|
Missed Anything Around These Parts?
- A Weekend in Prague
- Where to Stay on your Trip to China
- The Low Down on Lijiang
- Finding Western Comforts in Kunming
- Fu Xian Lake
- Mystic and Stonington, CT
- Yantic Falls
On November 14 my second Creative Lithuania Post will go live. Check out the first Creative Lithuania post here! Don't forget to link up your posts via Twitter or share images via Instagram using the #creativelithuania or #creativehometown.
How was your October? What are your plans for November? Do you like licorice?