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Tonight I went to a Pink Floyd concert in Vilnius with my girlfriend.
The whole evening was a Lithuanian interpretation of Pink Floyd’s ‘The Wall’ music and it was really very good. I have been told that it was a pretty close recreation of the 25th anniversary special DVD which I’m now very keen to watch.
The evening’s entertainment consisted of a choir, orchestra, dancers, video, fireworks, Lithuanian soloists singing Pink Floyd with slightly strange accents, bungee jumpers and lots of fake brick walls being smashed. A crowd of about 20,000 Vilnusians gathered around ‘Vingas Parkas’ an open air concert area and park in the centre of the city. Not a bad evenings entertainment for $10.
It’s really just a huge shopping centre (biggest in the Baltic states) complete with cinemas, bowling alley, restaraunts, ice rinks, playgrounds etc etc. The largest shops are all owned by the one Lithuanian mega corporation (Vilniaus Prekyba) that seems to own most stuff in Lithuania, interestingly the centre itself is built on a prime location where a shopping centre was not supposed to be built… Well you can draw your own conclusions from this.
One of my favourite shops is the local ‘Double Coffee’, a coffee chain whos logo has some uncanny resemblances to Starbucks, at least it seems like that was their inspiration to me.
Lithuanians generally don’t do the best coffee compared to Australia, which is unusual because everything else food related is at least two universes better in taste and costs less. This place is OK though.. Perhaps their logo could be ‘Like Starbucks. But double the taste and half the price’.. Would be close to the truth as well.
Every great capital was founded on a river. Vilnius has the Neris. Not quite the Thames (though it is the same colour) or the Seinne but it is still worth the odd photo or two.
This photo is taken from a walking bridge over the Neris. From this bridge there is a fine view of the Lituanian capital’s version of a beach, complete with beach volleyball and sun shades. Swimming in the river is not advised though as the current is quite strong and their are no Lithuanian life guards on patrol usually.
One of the must do things if you ever visit Vilnius is to have a meal in the TV tower restaraunt. Why you would ever visit such a funny country, or where it is even loacted are subjects for another article entirely.
The restaraunt serves basic fare by Lithuanian standards but presents the most amazing view as it’s spins around, taking about 45 minutes to complete a rotation. I took lots of photos that turned out OK but not spectacular as I’m yet to learn how to shoot well through glass.
In this photo you can see a fine collection of soviet style appartment blocks and a sample of all the open space and forests that populate Vilnius.