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... made my way down to the waterline. Luck was with me as after a short time of looking, I managed to find a small speck of amber that had been washed up by the waves. I made my way back to the town to search out a place to eat dinner. Ended up having a decent salmon dish at a restaurant near the harbour. Made my way back to the apartment and being tired from my lack of sleep the past few nights, crawled into bed reasonably early.
... through which many of the inmates were first introduced to their new “home.”
One of the barracks contains the grim evidence of life in Stutthof.
We saw one room of overcrowded bunk beds where the inmates slept.
Other rooms displayed the bowls in which a meager ration of potato soup was served daily. Our guide said that most of the deaths, other than those in the gas chambers, resulted ...
There were some nuclear reactors, based on the same design as at Chernobyl, which were closed down voluntarily when Lithuania joined the European Union.
In the description of our excursion, we had been promised a look at stork nests.
We did see a number of these huge nests perched atop power poles, but unfortunately, their residents had departed a few weeks earlier, as they began their annual migration to ...
... and Immanuel Kant’s grave. Yes, Immanual Kant, German
Philosopher and subject of the Monty Python song “Bruce’s Philosopher Song” was born, lived and died in Königsberg. Apparently, he was so proud of his hometown that he felt no need to travel as the world came to him! In those days, Königsberg was a busy port.
What can I saw about Kaliningrad? ...
Well it has taken us a little more time than we anticipated to set up a blog** But hopefully this should suffice. Liliya and I have been in the Russia Federation for two weeks now and have been having a great time. We are both learning a lot, the experience has been particularly eye opening for me as I ...