Holiday Inn Vilnius
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... with the Russian Empire and later the Soviet Union explains why they are nervous today with what's going on in the Ukraine even though they are part of the EU and members of NATO. They also don't have any way of defending themselves. This year, Latvia took on the Euro and next year Lithuania will. The tour guide asked me if ...
... little village to another, from those of the lowland people (west coast) to those of the highland people (east side of Lithuania) viewing their houses, sheds, implements and watching some people at work on crafts in some cottages. Had our picnic lunch at one of the village displays and were bothered by those pesky European wasps, in fact Vytaute (the youngest one) was bitten on the hand by a wasp. PM - Then ...
... a very strange, personal question: "do you guys like karaoke?". Jette and her "gang" are soon leaving Lithuania, and so they wanted to say goodbye to their friends in their regular(?) karaoke bar. Always in party-mode, I gladly accepted, while Nona decided to stay home to do some pre-China homework and sleep off her jet-lag.
And so I found out what it's like with not 5 but 35 EVS'ers in a single city! And I also learned that Lithuanians take their karaoke ...
... something we'd hoped to do since seeing it on our first venture out. I had salmon tartare and Bob ordered a 'traditional' herring plate and a shrimp and vegetable tempura (I helped him out). The sun was shining, the food was good and the wine was crisp; we sat and watched, if not the world, at least Vilnius go by. Perfect!
We finished our sightseeing with a church and a cathedral. The term 'flamboyant' best describes the Gothic style of ...
... they may only be about 3000 left. Talk about a language probably about to die. And Lithuanian as a language almost died too during the Soviet era as it wasn't allowed to be spoken or read or used at all. Luckily there are always some people who strive secretly to keep their languages and customs alive when under a dictatorship.
At one point, ...