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... was deserted for several weeks.
But when they discovered that they could enter the area, they looted everything they could carry away.
Many of the rooms were stripped to the bare walls. All the pipes and wiring were taken.
And that’s what made this excursion a bit less interesting than it could have been.
The empty underground rooms have been turned into a museum presenting the history of the nuclear ...
... here in Klaipeda! This park is full of sculptures done from 1984 to 1986 by various artists, it was formerly a cemetery but was demolished by the Russians. It started to rain again so we had to leave and head back home. Quiet afternoon but we did a little shopping, stocking up for the bus ride to Vilnius ...
AM - What, no walking today? No, it's raining hard at times accompanied by thunder and lightning, a bit scary actually. Today is a public holiday in Lithuania, it's the Feast day of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Tomas rang Emmanuelis and had arranged for us to meet him and his family in Kretinga, so we drove off into alternating rain and sunshine. In Kretinga we firstly had a look through a plant museum in a huge glass ...
AM - Well it had to happen, pouring rain this morning but we walked through it to the Akropolis Shopping Centre which is only 2.5 kms away. Spent all day there, walking round and round viewing all the shops and cafés and perfumeries (separate from chemist) and watching some ice skaters in the centre rink. The shops were all on the ground floor with cinemas on the second floor. On the way there are some small groups of older people with little stalls selling fruit, vegetables and ...
... this great old building with timber floors and big timber beams in the roof. Well, there was a huge collection of everything you could imagine from around the Klaipeda region dating from BC and the Stone Age up to WW2 and the terrible times people experienced up to their Independence in 1990. This kept us occupied for several hours before we headed out into daylight again and went down to the Old Castle area next to the port. ...