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... and songs. You walk through the forest along a gravel track to view the relics with guard houses posted every few hundred meters to remind you there is no escape!!
With my fill of communism I hop in the car and head back to the capital. Tallinn with it's proximity to Finland and excellent ferry connections is highly visited. Riga with it's cheap flights also a fan favorite but many people skip the other Baltic capital Vilnius. For those willing to go the ...
... and cities right across the country after Soviet occupation ended and a lot of them are in this park. There's over 50 statues of Lenin, Stalin and other Communist heroes set among a forest. The whole park is ringed with barbed wire and concentration camp style watchtowers. Perhaps they are expecting an escape from the inmates.
We've clocked up just over 30,000 kms since unloading Tilly in Malaysia with a few months to go yet.
Behind the Cathedral Square was the National History Museum and Palace of the Grand Dukes. Both were closed on Mondays so I planned to come back tomorrow. The tourist info booth had told me it closed at six tomorrow so I had lots of time to come back.
The hill behind the Cathedral houses ...
... river, a warning if you fail to stick to the speed limit! Just across the bridge is the parliament, which also doubles up as a pub! Can't help but feel this would be a great idea in England, save money on the maintenance costs of Parliament by using a Wetherspoons instead, and help keep beer duty down as the politicians would be drinking so much themselves! It is also possible to become an ambassador for the Republic, of just about anything (sunglasses was ...
... half the discussions were in Lithuanian. Right opposite my hostel there is a strip club, and seeing as I'd spent 80% of the last two waking days looking at / trying to talk to / hiding my erection from Lithuanian girls, I though it would only be fair to take a closer look. All I can say is WOW. The shows are VERY tame by Amsterdam standards, but it was so good I even returned there sober!! In summary, this is the one of the most non-English places I've ever been to. ...