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... on my **** and elbows. The snow ball however only went about two metre's away from me. I was in agony for hours. I tried to laugh it off, but I was in a lot of pain. As we got to the other side we paid our ticket fair to enter the castle. I was very impressed with the first impression. It kind of looked better than the pictures I saw on the internet. We entered the main castle where we saw a nice presented church as well as a museum on the floor above. The museum was pretty ...
... but I think that worked out better for me. It wasn't cold, just cool. The drive there took 40 minutes taking me through more residential areas with the contrasts I've mentioned before, new vs shabby. My guide has a master's degree in a specialized history field on Lithuania; it was like listening to a professor and I was ...
... with his parents and siblings, his grandmother Gertruda and his great grandmother Alma. His great grandmother Alma told Tomas lots of stories about Henry (Lana's father) and their early life in Lithuania. We said goodbye to Tomas at 6:30am as he headed off to work at the timber mill 60 kms away, wonder when we will meet again? Monika took us to the bus station where we boarded the 10:00am bus ...
... with children running down to the river to fish, using string attached to a stick and family picnics by the water. Vytaute told us it was an area where a large number of artists and craftspeople live and it did have that feel. But we're were still dodging the brides! Dinner in the centre of Vilnius, sitting outside and watching the children and dogs play with the water was a lovey end to the ...
... in we went to explore the town and have dinner. Vilnius’ old town is so European and lovely. During our walk, we went through the former Jewish area, standing at the spot where the legendary Vilna Gaon, the ancestor of Elaine’s grandmother, Eva/Chave Chinitz Gorenstein, once lived.
Another important stop was at the site of the Vilnius Yiddish Institute, the first Yiddish center of ...