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... impressions are we have a diverse friendly group including 12 women travelling by themselves. Our tour director Johanna has been with Tauck for 10 years and this will be her third Russian trip this year, speaks Russian but lives in Oregon, moving to Colorado. Had a very enjoyable group dinner at the hotel. The 20th today is the first full day with the group. We toured the old town from the Gates of Dawn back to the Cathedral Square, walking through the Old Jewish Ghetto and ...
... moved in to Lithuania a partisan movement started and remained in action until 1995. What touched us most I think was the brutality and fear that existed in our life time. What was most amazing was the 2000kilometre human chain formed by people of the Baltic states wanting independence in 1995. From Vilnius to Tallin, across 3 countries people joined hands and formed a chain against the USSR. Amazing. The signs of the fight for ...
... of the time in Old Vilnius.
Accidentally, I found myself at the foot of the Castle Hill. Again my choice was clear - I had to go up the hill and take a look at the city from there. That was a perfect way to spend the last hour in Vilnius. After so much walking in such a warm weather with quite a heavy backpack, I barely got down the Hill and walked to the station. In several minutes my bus arrived and my trip home could ...
... I wandered down Piles Gautve, feeling a nice feeling of familiarity in my surroundings. I treated myself to a scoop of ice cream from Dione before aking my way back to the hostel. Just in time for Lithuanian wine! Given it's made with blackcurrants and not grapes, it’s quite nice. After a glass though, I felt a headache coming on and, not wanting to fight that on the overnight bus to Warsaw, I downed a couple of Neurofen before hoisting my pack and saying my ...
... largely an unknown. I know they're not rich and I know it's been not much over twenty years since they declared independence and the Soviet Union collapsed. So I didn't know what to expect or how safe it would be.
Before I even arrived there was a small complication to take into account. To get from Poland to Lithuania there is only a small strip of border between the two countries, maybe fifty miles wide. Otherwise the route would have to go through either Belarus ...