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... had raised steps to remind them of the Temple in Jerusalem so you can tell by the steps if the home was Jewish or Polish. We told her we were also visiting the Synagogue in Kaunas so she was kind enough to call them and let them know we were coming as I'm not sure if that one is open to the public. ...
... the egg of the other person. Whoever's egg shell breaks loses. I lost to Russian guy. Today is Easter in the Orthodox Church. Happy Easter my Orthodox readers. Read up about how the date of Easter is determined in the Eastern and Western churches. It's interesting. I hung out in the hostel and skyped Carolyn which you many know as many names in the comment section. The weather wasn't very nice I bought my train ...
... of one of the lakes and continued around it until we reached a bridge over to the old castle. We wondered around the outskirts of the castle before crossing back over the bridge to sit on a jetty and enjoy the autumn sun. It was then nearing lunch time and so we headed for one of the local restaurants to try a local food which had been recommended it us. It is called Kybyn and is very similar to a Cornish pasty and served piping hot. It was good but doesn't come close to ...
... the middle of a Marks & Spencers clothing advert with Twiggy and Nicole Shitsinger. So, what is there to do in this place? Number one attraction is the KGB museum. Unfortunately I planned to go on a Monday, and it's shut on Mondays :-(. Moving on then. My hostel was just off the Main Street, Gedimino Prospektas. It's just a short walk to the cathedral square with the cathedral itself and a separate standing bell tower. Both from around 500AD if I remember correctly, ...
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