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... constructed entirely of names: 'I can't see it's too Miglė (foggy) there's no Saulė (sun) I can't even see the Eglė (Christmas tree) see, fluent. So more importantly in my most recent house, I have a sausage dog. Is there anything better in the world to come home to? Maybe a 68 inch sandwich. Yes that happened. My adoptive family are crazily brilliant, the kitchen is a room for experiments and you never know what will be served, but guessing it is half the ...
... corpses kept quiet in fear of repercussions. This photo was so intensely disturbing that I couldn't take a picture; I felt it would be disrespectful.
My day was complete with this exhibit but I had time for another museum and didn't realize how little of it because I forget what day it is when ...
We planned to get away early and drop into an outlet store before we headed to Vilnius Lithuania.( Home if Marko Ramius, for the 'Hunt for red October' fans ) They didn't open until 10 and as we had a 6 hr drive, we skipped the shopping and got underway. Matt drove today and we were disappointed that the fantastic three lane highways, we have enjoyed so far, was replaced by 2 way roads.. This combined with never ending lines of trucks, made a long slower drive. Overtaking options ...
... leftover food. Then we set down to do some more planning. Tonight we are off to Poland. Since we are no longer on the Eurail pass we have to plan our journeys carefully and make sure that the places we pick to stay are near to the bus stations. Luckily the hostel here in Vilnius is letting us stay until our bus out tonight at 10:30. We have an overnight bus to Warsaw and will arrive at 5:40am. The hostel in Warsaw is expecting us and said we could check ...
... more Germans eventually so possibly they didn't suffer as much as the Belarussians. There was a concentration camp in Lithuania but not as many as Poland or Belarus.
There are a lot of churches in this city. Most are Roman Catholic but there is a smattering of Russian Orthodox also and even a few Lutheran churches. In the Old Town, there is practically ...