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... wooden house of worship but the current Gothic structure dates back to 1495. It is constructed of 33 different types of brick.
You'll have to take my word for it, the pictures don't do it justice.
Day trip tomorrow!
... the symbols and we found the markets. Well they sold everything there, from fruit and veggies to shoes, clothing, perfumes, meat, toys, junk etc. We bought a pair of new jeans each ($34 each) as we wanted to dress up, tired of wearing lightweight travel pants which are now looking quite daggy. Lana also bought a beaut. leather jacket for the winter home coming in Adelaide. PM - We found a great pancake place for lunch, sweet or savoury, with ...
Today we visited the orphanage in Jonava where the boys spent 3 1/2 years of their life. Firstly however it was a small matter of taking Raymond to the doctor in Klaipeda. Wow what a performance. Certainly different to NZ. Anyway upshot is that Raymond has a broken finger, a split finger, couple of stitches and a week of resting it. Plus once we get to London we need to have it dressed daily. Anyone know ...
... t until 2:45 so we stayed warm at the hostel until then. We rode literally the same bus with the same drivers as the one when we came down to Latvia. I think they do this route every day. The countryside is very flat with a mix of farm fields and forests. It's actually some of the prettiest forest I've seen. They're a mix of tall, skinny pine and tall, white aspen or birch. They looked really inviting, if you ignore the fact that it's freezing out.
We got ...
... The forest itself has been turned into a memorial, with monuments to the various people that were killed there, primarily Jews and Russian prisoners, a small museum and the pits, several of which have been preserved. It is very quiet. During the hour plus that we spent there, we saw only two other visitors and four men with shovels languidly clearing away some of the debris. One of the pits is adjacent to a train track and three trains ...