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... still dancing with this girl until she dropped the bomb shell that her boyfriend was picking her up shortly. He was so annoyed. I would of never of thought she had a boyfriend because of the way she was with Johannas. She was basically a dick tease. We all headed for Sorrento, even two of Belarusians girls came with us. Yana's friends name was Katerina. Katerina was leading us the way to Sorrento and Yana and I followed just behind. Elvis saw that Katerina was on her own, so he ...
... side which led me to the edge of the city center (no longer part of Old Town), it became clearer how this structure was part of the defensive wall. You will see below.
Crossing under the Gate, entering the city and leaving the Old Town, was like entering a different city. This contrast is evident in most of the cities I've visited. I ...
... one has the right to violence. Everyone has the right to realize his negligibility and magnificence. Everyone has the right to encroach upon eternity. Everyone has the right to understand. Everyone has the right to understand nothing. Everyone has the right to be of various nationalities. Everyone has the right to celebrate or not to celebrate his birthday. Everyone shall remember his name. Everyone may share what he possesses. No-one can ...
Yesterday we continued our tour of Vilnius Old Town. Vytaute took us to see St Anne's Church in Vilnius, which was in total contrast to the church of the same name in Warsaw! This church is from the 15th century and the brickwork and the vaulting of the ceilings were beautiful! But you can still see where decorations have been stripped from the church during the communist era. We also had to ...
... extent, as well as some Muslim practices. Their religious beliefs are still not known, although their language of prayer is Hebrew. Before we left we met a Karraite man who owns a parking lot making $100 a day to allow tourists to park on one of his lots – and he looked quite Jewish to us!
Our final visit was to a still-standing wooden Synagogue in Ziezmariai. Built in the mid 19th century, it is considered to ...