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... the little old ladies began to give way to people that could be a threat. And the little old ladies started to give me that "you shouldn't be here, sunshine" sort of look. As I reached the cross street I was looking for and the view opened out to my right, all I could see was a wall of old Soviet housing. It didn't feel like a happy place. At the same time a bloke who looked like he could (and would) do some damage came stomping out from that direction, walking with a purpose. ...
... 4!!!!! Czechs don't laugh a lot but this guy had to giggle.
A brief stop in Warsaw enroute to Lithuania, we arrived in Vilnius to catch up with the rain again The driver cheerily informed us that Lithuania translates as the land of rain GREAT but fortunately it has dawned coolish but clear. Prague is going to be a hard act to follow so we are reserving the old town until Michael arrives today from Sweden. ...
... crosses, until finally Soviets had to start using a bulldozer to take them all down. Eventually the "problem" became too much to manage, and the site continues to grow today, as a testament to the human spirit and the beliefs of the people. It's a place that no pictures or words can do justice. (Although I will attach plenty). The Hill of Crosses is the most solemn visualization of how important the individual is to the group. For years people have visited to ...
... To top it off they recline almost flat and and have fold out foot rests and Sony noise cancelling headphone. I'm sat amidships, which is perfect for the free tea, coffee, soft drinks, "ensuite" and English language newspapers. Above me an onboard computer rotates between showing our speed, time to destination and weather for stops along the way. And of course there is free high speed ...
When you cross the Vilnia River you enter the Independent Republic of Uzupis. Originally a Jewish neighbourhood, it was emptied by the Germans and became the centre of prostitution and general debauchery throughout the German occupation. It remained one of the most neglected areas of the city until the fall of Communism and reemerged as a mecca for arts and culture in the early 90's. The republic was set up in 1997 by a group of crazy artists with a little too ...
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