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... four nights in Vilnius. I was sure getting around and getting lost a lot. It doesn't give you much time for getting lost when you have to be at work for 7.30am so I spent a lot of time on google maps and a lot of time wheezing. After this madness I had managed to live in Vilnius for 5 weeks without even seeing the city centre, the company made it worth while though. The great thing about teaching in my opinion is the children. They have not yet learnt what ...
... because that's where the excavated ruins are.
The museum continues on 3 other floors and I knew I wouldn't have time to carefully appreciate everything so I did what I dread and I skimmed through it all.
The ceremonial halls are reconstructed to demonstrate the ...
... Simply a stunner..She fried up the burgers and bun with love adding a selection of salads. This lady could do no wrong, even pouring a litre of tomato sauce into the burger, was excused and we just went on to drink our burgers in the rain. Dan had researched a parkland that housed statues that were torn down at the end of the communistic reign across Eastern Europe. It was worth a look and was on the way to Vilnius, although off the beaten track. The park was strange. It was a meld ...
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# of trains: 129
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# of buses: 19
# of taxis: 2
... Vilnius and telling us about the two ghettoes, A and B, established by the Nazis in 1941. When we got to Gaon g., and the site of the old synagogue, Daniel held forth on famous rabbis, including of course, the Vilna Gaon, about whom he had an inexhaustible supply of anecdotes including my favorite-the Gaon's view that it would be more efficient for a man to have more than one wife because whereas a man could reproduce on a regular basis, a ...