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... the three.
As we drove into Vilnius I was surprised to see how modern and developed it was, nothing like my scary drive into Riga.
... we go. Vilnius is a very small city, and also one of the quietest capitals I've ever been to! After getting some food for dinner that evening, we took an early night, we were both still tired despite the amounts of sleep we'd had.
The following day we left the hostel at midday to do the free walking tour. It started at the Old Town Hall, with a plaque of a quote from George Bush declaring anyone that made an enemy out of Lithuania has also made an enemy ...
... four flags were designed [one for each season], and a suitable constitution was duly drawn up. The 41 rights which form the constitution are attached to a wall on Paupio Street. In addition, it has a palace, an army [of 12] to defend it and a National Day [1st April] Here is a translation of the terms of the constitution - Everyone has the right to live by the River Vilnelė, while the River Vilnelė has the right to flow ...
... this means I will have to detour back home to Montreal for the funeral and to be there with my family. It's a long journey, and one I make with a heavy heart.
I'd intended to spend the day exploring Vilnius's Old Town, going on a free walking tour with my dormmates, and seeing some of the few remaining sites of Jewish history in what was once, prior to World War II, one of the world's great Jewish cities.
Of course, that was not to be: Instead, I spent ...
... had that settled - TOUR TIME!
First though, there's this steep hill just outside of Old Town with three crosses on it that promised a great view of the city. And when I say steep, I mean steep. There were tons of wooden stairs we had to climb up to get there, and it seemed like every 10th one or so was broken. On the one hand, it broke up the monotony. On the other hand, death. When we got there though, you could see the whole city and the view ...