The free-standing bell tower to the right of the church dates from the 1870's:
Inside St. Anne's Church are three Baroque-style altars:
A wedding ceremony was being held as we walked inside. A series of Baroque-style wooden altars and confessionals were added to the interior in the 1770's, but only the main altar remains today:
Strolling through Old Town on a surprisingly warm day, we popped into Lino ir Gintaro Studija, a homewares shop on narrow Stiklių gatvė, to do the first of what I intend to be a souvenir-shopping binge while we're in Lithuania. We ended up coming away with a set of hers-and-his towels:
After an early afternoon break for coffee and caramel cake (me) and a glass of white wine (her), we returned to the compound to await our daughter's arrival home from school. And thus completed our first three-day weekend in Vilnius.
Did I mention that I could get used to this Euro way of living?