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... has the right to have brothers, sisters and parents.
31. Everyone may be independent.
32. Everyone is responsible for their freedom.
33. Everyone has the right to cry.
34. Everyone has the right to be misunderstood.
35. No one has the right to make another person guilty.
36. Everyone has the right to be individual.
37. Everyone has the right to have no rights.
38. Everyone has the right to not to be afraid.
Do not defeat.
Do not ...
... and the struggles of Lithuanians for Independence. The basement was a Soviet prison and included an execution chamber with a graphic video! Some of the cells were open and were still set up as they were at the time. These included various punishment cells such as solitary confinement and ones with small platforms surrounded by water. On leaving the museum we set off up the road to see the parliament buildings. They were no Westminster and in fact reminded us of a yellow version of ...
... by a firm smack. This was of course directed at our food choice, not the chef. They had a great sense of humour and we shared a few laughs over food and drinks until Dimo insisted on getting stuck into a game of Midnight Club 2 of the Playstation before hitting the sack. We closed the night out with a few games of cards and the remaining bottles of Kalnapilis beers. A great end to our time in Lithuania. Tomorrow we hit the road again for Latvia. Phrase of the day: Shkool. Pen. ...
... nearby, perhaps they live in the old communist apartments. Another nice thing was there were real trees with significant girth unlike those in most of Russia and there was alot of parkland.
I went up the hill and into an ancient tower that was part of a fortress protecting the old city. I then climbed the hill of 3 crosses and got a good overview of the city. There is a small river nearby that ...
... the city, but it was here that we really got a good understanding of the war in the Baltics when we visited the interesting KGB victims museum.
So life for us in the Baltics was a blast. The history, the different currencies and beers of each country and how can I forget our medieval dining experience in Tallinn. We drunk from goblets as we dined on bear, yes Estonian Brown Bear and yes it was delicious. A little ...