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... views of the city, the displays inside informed us of the human chain that began (or ended) at the tower in 1989 and stretched all the way through Estonia and Latvia - 2 million people of the Baltic countries expressing the wish for independence (they were then part of the Soviet Union) https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baltic_ Way.
At the top of the tower, we met a father and daughter from Switzerland who informed us that there was a free walking tour of the ...
... wifi was all around me. I got to my hostel around 11. I quickly checked in and decided to grab a beer to chill me out. Everyone was drinking and getting ready for town. I was way too tired for any of this so I said that I was staying in that night because I wanted to be fresh for tomorrow. The following morning I got up nice and early to go on a free walking tour which started at 12 just outside the town hall. A few other people from my hostel were doing it, so we all went ...
... the main streets in the city, but it had been completely closed off to traffic for the city festival and there were tons of food and craft stalls set up along its entire length of 2km or so. I think the entire population of Vilnius were there. People EVERYWHERE! I quickly found some lunch and walked while I ate to the KGB Prison Museum. Yes I said that I was at saturation point with museums but I still wanted to visit this one.
The KGB museum is housed in the ...
... s a 1915 rendezvous in the works.
Shower, computer time, a bit of Vana Tallinn and pix downloaded. A light drizzel started to fall, the sky a blue/grey mix. Chilled until the 1915 rendezvous.
Some of the English were afraid of the rain! Fortunately it tapered off and roomie, Kevin, Tony, Lardass, Heather and I went walkabout. Heather had done some earlier reconnoitring re restaurants.
Walked toward the old town and settled on ...
Clair woke me up really early at 6am. I wrote for a bit, then went down to breakfast after having everything packed up. I ate a lot of pastries, and I spilled my tea all over the place which made Sean laugh at me.
We had decided to have another rehearsal in the morning in preparation of our next destination - the World Choir Games. We sat on somewhat uncomfortable chairs without a piano to give us any notes, but it was a good rehearsal and ...