Hotel Vilnius Europolis
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... was obviously where they used to kill people. You can see the bullet holes on the wall. In this room they showed us a short video of how they used to kill people and how often. In some cases it was one after another. They would shoot them in the head, take their body through the window onto a truck then would pour water on the floor to get most of the blood away and then send the next prisoner in. It was like clock work. Shortly after the museum we headed back to the hostel where ...
... with a climb up the Cathedral's belfry. The cost to get in was high compared to that of historical and educational museums and sites. The climb began with a narrow, winding stone staircase with a rope banister on the left side and continued on wood staircases equally narrow and the steps just as crooked. There is a warning posted near the ticket counter and ...
... filled with meat - which were OK but I'd probably not have them again - and we all sat around and joked about politically incorrect topics at a volume everyone in the restaurant could hear. The Kiwi girl told a story about how she'd booked a bus online, gotten on the wrong bus and the bus driver didn't check her ticket. She only realised she was on the wrong bus when it was half way to the wrong country, where she had to get off the bus and wait ...
... protest was designed to draw global attention by demonstrating a popular desire for independence for each of the entities. It also illustrated solidarity among the three nations. It has been described as an effective publicity campaign, and an emotionally captivating and visually stunning scene.
The event presented an opportunity for the Baltic activists ...
... nuns etc. They must have been absolutely soaked.
The rain stopped as quickly as it had started, and we sat at a pavement cafe and watched a brass band concert in the square by the hotel,
Just at sunset, in our room by then, Hughie spotted four hot air balloons over the Old Town. He borrowed my diary/notebook to prop the camcorder on, promising it ...