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... where they were queueing up for coffee as though their lives depended on it. We sat outside and enjoyed the view and the fresh sea air and I insisted on having my photo taken despite some funny looks from other passengers.The main thing to see on Muhu is the fishing village of Koguva that is a sort of living museum. The houses are mostly of the traditional style built of split logs or stone with a thick thatch roof. Most of the auxiliary buildings are of split log. ...
The next destination in Kaunas was to the Choral Jewish Synagogue. The Vilnius Synagogue had called earlier today to let them know we were coming. It had an interesting interior with a gold front altar.
... done to them since the day they were built, and if they had not been made of concrete, were likely to collapse.
He winds his way through sketchy looking neighborhoods and eventually pulls into a back alley where you swear the building will fall down on you and all I can think is if I ever find myself making a horror movie where you have been kidnapped and are being driven to some abandoned place to be tortured by a psychopath, I will be filming this here.
... the seafood! Luckily, Boris and Verute live outside of town, so it didn't make any difference how much noise we made! Jonava itself does not seemed to have changed much at all,except that everything is green, rather than covered in snow as it has been every other time I have been here! Lithuanians have maintained a fairly simple life, revolving around the church and family, but of course, it is not without ...
... s church. This sacred place had been converted into a warehouse by the Soviets and fallen into great physical neglect. Still, there was something beautiful about the place. We all purchased and overpaid for souvenirs to help with the restoration. Deterioration aside, there was a baptismal ceremony going on while we visited.
Departing from St. George’s, we headed toward the Old Town Square, where there was a one-on-one ...