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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... if you cross the bridge then you have to smile. The bridge itself has loads of locks on it as same as any other country but 1 in 2 Lithuanians get divorced within the first two years They also said that Užupis will be famous for its art, which if you go there it wasn't impressive at all. The best thing they had was a Jesus statue with a backpack on. Our tour guide then took us to St Anna's church which is where a lot of the people get married because it's the most beautiful. ...
... 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, ...
... weather was nice. I got to the hill (admission was free) and wandered around for a while.
Legend has it that 800 years ago or so after a huge battle, local people put up crosses for the dead on the hill. The tradition continued and more and more crosses were placed there right up till today. Under Soviet rule, the hill became a symbol of Lithuanian resistance to occupation. With the USSR being a non-religious government, they banned people ...
... Vilnius. There are many churches in the old town and there is even a country. This country is called 'Uzupis', the guide map told us we could get a stamp in our passport if we visited it, but we couldn't find the place to get a stamp. We went to a big hill with 3 big white crosses at the top and we climbed up to a tower called Gediminas' Tower with views across the whole of the city. It was freezing cold and we were getting tired. We found a little pub which ...