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... gym and they would ignore him. He will either rule the country or be a crazy litter picker who makes commands of people who ignore him but thinks he is a massive success none the less. I also had a child who was insistent on eating felt tip pens, he would only like to use black as well so you can imagine the results, in the end I just gave him a yellow pen, damage control. It turns out looking after children is very similar to looking after the elderly in England, ...
... we see the cells used for interrogations, torture, imprisonment and finally an execution chamber. This part of the exhibit was reminiscent of Pawiak Prison in Waraw, Poland.
The audio guide was detailed and helpful. It was only used for this part of the exhibit. There ...
... were of a quite modern city that was fairly easy to navigate around (as long as you have a navigator…). We found the City Camp grounds without too much hassle, set up camp, and then headed into town to explore the old town area.
Once again, we followed the walking guide in our book of the area to make sure we saw most of the sights, and enjoyed our few hours of exploration. Lots of ...
... this town where you can get your passport stamped... but we passed that up.
After visiting this other country we made our way to another hill to climb. This hill had a tower called Gediminas Tower on top of it. The road up to the tower was treacherous. It is a cobblestone road but when covered in snow and at a steep angle... it became basically a slide for someone like me without grip on their boots. I did not fall but I must have sounded ...
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Some Interesting facts about Vilnius: 50% of the city is 'green'--forest, parks or open spaces; when a building is 'restored' some part of what had been there before must be showing, a former paint color or a piece of old wall, for example; when Napoleon came through and saw so many synagogues, he called Vilnius 'the Jerusalem of the ...