Algirdas City Hotels
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... to appreciate their unimportance.
22. No one has the right to have a design on eternity.
23. Everyone has the right to understand.
24. Everyone has the right to understand nothing.
25. Everyone has the right to be of any nationality.
26. Everyone has the right to celebrate or not celebrate their birthday.
27. Everyone shall remember their name.
28. Everyone may share what they possess.
29. No one can share what they do not possess.
... visit seem to be so spread out but the hotel front desk told me that it's a small area. I still need to plan it out strategically and dedicate one day for a day trip. It was slowly getting dark out (it's a safe city) and I continued walking on Gedimino street away from the Cathedral. It was busy with young people out on a Friday, with locals and tourists. Terraces were filling up, the shops ...
... in Hebrew to test their knowledge! They offered us to walk round with them but there wasn't really enough space. After this museum we moved on to The Museum of Genocide Victims. This museum was spread over three floors, and detailed much of the Soviet occupation and the deportations during that time. The building was used as the KGB (and its predecessors) headquarters in Lithuania and the museum detailed the scope and types of surveillance used by them. It also talked about the ...
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We got into Vilnius and I walked about a mile to find my hostel. It’s not the greatest location, but it is a really nice hostel. It’s just been refurbished, so the inside of it is really nice, and it’s only a 10 minute walk to the old town, so it’s not that bad. As soon as I got to the hostel, the weather turned pretty bad so I just chilled at the hostel for a bit. It ...
... was absolutely STUNNING. Every square inch had been used for stucco of over 2,000 figures - we'll take their word for it!
The lowlight was the museum of the NKVD/Gestapo/KGB - they all had need to use the facilities contained therein. The accompanying history from 1938-1990 was particularly sad for the thousands who were forcibly deported to the back ends of Russia - along the ...