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... evening saw the emotional build up to Gloucester City Football Club's meeting at the council to try and get the plans to rebuild the ground accepted after it was damaged by floods 7 years ago! After a nail biting hour it was finally confirmed that the plans had been accepted and the Tigers would finally be coming home! It was the day Tom had dreamed about and we of course celebrated in style and bust open a couple of bags of sweets and curled up on the sofa to watch ...
... arrival area at Vilnius airport, an even smaller one than Tallinn's. The few suitcases followed quickly and the most difficult part was to come. From my research I knew that the taxis waiting in front are cons (charge twice more) and there's nothing you can do about it if caught in one of their scams. There's a city bus and train that takes one to the city center but I wanted a painless solution. ...
... shopping street. Got back to the apartment around 6pm so we headed off with Laimonas to the .... Shopping Centre, very reminiscent of Westfield Marion. Met up with Giedre & kids and had supper together then did some shopping for tomorrow's excursion into the country. Wrote up the Blog after talking about languages & Smart phones with Laimonas and Giedre and drinking a bottle of Lehmanns Semillon & C******nay with cheese ...
... closed. Allison paid the entrance fee and we started looking around. The woman at desk then got a bit upset because we'd only paid for 2 instead of 3 .Got it all sorted eventually but you can't sneak anything past the eastern Europeans.
We then walked back to Old Town and went to the Gediminas Tower which overlooks the town.
It was more walking around and then back to crash at the hostel.
... the atrocities committed by both Nazi and Soviet occupation, right up until the mid 1980's. It was hard to believe that deportations and executions of anyone critical of the Soviet occupation were occurring here and in other USSR states as recently as thirty years ago.
We took our usual old town free walking tour (by donation) and amongst other sights, walked through the Jewish ghetto areas from WW11 as well ...