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Our last day in Vilnius was spent visiting the controversial "Stalin World" - a Soviet themed park with lots of statues torn down during the last days of communism in Lithuania. Unfortunately the bad weather caught up with us so we had to walk around in the pouring rain while being watched by the sinister eyes of Lenin and Stalin. The park is Gulag …
... down the road from my apartment on the way to the Museum of the Great Patriotic War, which was the only museum worth visiting.
After 2 days in Minsk taking photos of the various monuments I was off to Brest a city in the southwest of Belarus near the border of Poland and a 5 hour train ride from Minsk. Because of its geographical location the city of Brest was important to the defense of the Soviet Union against the Nazi Germans because it provided ...
... Russian, so I wasn't sure what the problem was. Nataliya evidently convinced her not to charge me.
So after going over the best way to get to the hotel with her daughter the day before, it had seemed that the best approach was to get a taxi from inside the airport since it should only cost about $30. The public transportation option just sounded too complicated with transfers and all of my bags. Well I was glad I did that, although ...
... and there is high fencing winding its way in a very irregular fashion. Guard towers stand on the other side of the river, and it appears we are entering some sort of military complex. Then we were boarded by Belarusion officials and they check our status and had us fill out immigration papers. The attendants were helpful, and it wasn't too bad. But both border checks took about 3 hours and when the electric trains are stopped, there is no ...
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