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So think planes, trains, and automobiles! Fast train to Rome, flight to Frankfurt, flight to Vilnius (Lithuania) and then 3 hour drive to Klaipeda, executive committee meeting, dinner with Carole and the day ended! Not much in terms of fun for the next three days. I am busy with board meetings and Carole is hanging out with students and believe it or not a residence director who grew up in the house next door to us in San Dimas! We have known their family ...
... about half way down just to see the Russian border post. There is a small Russian state, Kaliningrad, surrounded by Lithuania and Poland further south. Didn't know about this till we were looking at a map of the region. The spit is narrow and scenic. We had lunch in a lovely little town called Nida. After returning to the mainland, we had a quick walk around ...
... very appreciative of Michael's patience and understanding of subtle knacks families do. He really got it, and kept me in touch too. Truly supportive and sometimes brutally honest through my *****y moments. Next time we come in the summer, stay in a hotel, or cabin in Palanga, keep our fitness routine, get American coffee in the mornings, and serve our own food. Meanwhile, spend as much time with the family till everybody is happy and nice. Off to the next adventure... ...
... of the EU and NATO.
Our local tour guide, who is also a high school English teacher, told us a sad story of life under Russian rule. As a school teacher she was forbidden to attend church for fear of losing her job or worse. She could not even be married in the church she grew up in. Religious holidays were not allowed. Christmas was simply another day. People had to quietly celebrate in their homes; church services were out of the question. We Americans tend to ...
... in. This time a slightly smaller scale Zorb fits on your upper body and you attempt to play soccer- but you can't see a thing. Think football meets giant sumo wrestler suit rules. Mostly it's just a bunch of guys tackling each other and it's really amusing.
Soon it's onto the zip line, the climbing wall and then some random haystack to chill on. But don't worry if like me you are allergic to hay there are some disco ball hanging chairs at the bar off the main stage to ...