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- Continental Breakfast
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... after their revolution, they were massacred and deported by Stalin to Gulags throughout the USSR. Then the Nazis invaded and were seen as liberators at first, but the honeymoon ended right away as they started killing Jews and many others.
Just when they thought it couldn't get worse, the Russians defeated the Nazis there and they lived behind the iron curtain until the velvet revolutions of 1991 or so. Since then ...
Gedimina's Castle dates back to the 13th century and rebuilt in 1419 after the great war of Vilnius. In 1610 it was used as a prison for the ruling classes and during the 1655-1661 Russian occupation the towers and defensive walls were almost completely destroyed and only partially restored. The ...
... Unfortunately Lana's cousin Agne here in Vilnius can't get to meet us but we are meeting up with Laimonas, Geidre and girls tonight. We met up with Laimonas and family in the Bernadine Park at the playground, but being such a nice evening there were lots of kids & families at the Park and in the playground. So we went for a drink instead and talked a lot and Vejune played with Lana a lot then it was time to say goodbye, I really ...
... We ate awful potato dumplings, tasty potato pancakes and had a few litres of lithuanian beer. Funnily enough we bumped into our roommate as well as Jeremy who we had met in Riga at this pub. So we went on with Jeremy to a cool outdoor bar with a live band for awhile and then headed onto another bar recommended by locals. We had quite a nice time in Vilnius but were ready to move on from the Baltic States and left the next day to Poland :) ...
... the atrocities committed by both Nazi and Soviet occupation, right up until the mid 1980's. It was hard to believe that deportations and executions of anyone critical of the Soviet occupation were occurring here and in other USSR states as recently as thirty years ago.
We took our usual old town free walking tour (by donation) and amongst other sights, walked through the Jewish ghetto areas from WW11 as well ...