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... dishes. They love potatoes and meat so I went for three slices of meat which were chick,pork and beef with potato pancakes. It was so nice and there homemade beer went down a treat as well. After the meal we headed back to the hostel to chill out for a bit. I wanted to go to the KGB museum which was just out of the city centre but it was closing at 18.00 which meant I only had a hour to look around. Later on that evening a group of us went out for dinner to this traditional ...
... to watch him. Talking of cats, Miglė being the most Lithuanian name in the world I had trouble with saying it for a little while. Between Eglė, Iglė and everything else I had to make a name more suitable for my British mouth. To start with I found out the meaning which was 'Fog' so calling her Foggy for a while was only natural. Then Miggles started and the more she reminded me of a cat the more her name developed into Mr. Migglesworth. I can now say ...
... special at the hill. Maybe it was just because I wasn’t in that great a mood, but I really felt like I could’ve spent my time better. Got back to town by 11 just in time to miss a bus to Vilnius. But the next one an hour later was an express so I grabbed a coffee and a bite to eat before hopping on the bus. Three hours later I arrived in the capital.
I made my way to Home Made Hostel to find a note with my name on it taped to ...
... s unpaid political announcement!)
THE HUMAN CHAIN
On 23 August 1989 a human chain of two million hand holding citizens stretched three countries.
Read the account that I pulled and edited from Wikipedia:
The Baltic Way or Baltic Chain (also Chain of Freedom) was a peaceful political demonstration that occurred on August ...
... 8211; Avner Kovner - who wrote a book called The Avengers, a "must read".
We took a long uphill walk to the beautiful Jewish Musuem of Tolerance, also known as the Vilna Gaon Lithuanian Jewish Museum. It is housed in a former soup kitchen run by a Jewish charity that served Jews and non-Jews alike. The first thing I did was buy a book, in Lithuanian, about Lithuanin synagogues. It was quite heavy, and later in the day, Ruta ...