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... you go, though. The entrance cost was 6 Lithuanian Litas, which equates to barely over £1 in English money.
I spent the afternoon strolling around the city. First I went past a prison that looks a lot like a cathedral. It was marked on the map as something to check out, but while there was no obvious threat, I didn't feel good on that street. I can't identify what it was specifically, but something on didn't feel right, so I made hasty progress along to the houses ...
Our last day in Prague after Cesky Krumlov was centred around everything we hadn't seen to date but that would require a further 3 month stay which goes on my bucket list. The Jewish Quarter, tucked into a walled area that preserves a couple of synagogs and a cemetery is a dedication to the many thousands who died during Nazi occupation. Its high walls hide it away behind Paris St named for its wide boulevard, ...
... I'm going to do my best to enjoy everything I can while I'm still here.
I am planning to stay until April, then spend a few weeks traveling to the places I've always wanted to go (what I had been saving for anyway). In a few weeks, I'll meet a friend in London, run through platform 9 & 3/4, and see The Harry Potter Studio Tour. After my job finishes, I'll travel to Rome, Amsterdam, and Dublin. I even have the opportunity to work for my food ...
This is just a quick update about coach travel in the Baltics. Let's face it, if I was to ask you what you would expect from, public coach travel in the former soviet republics of Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia, what would you imagine? Well, let me tell you about the reality, I think it's unlikely to match the image that has just come into your head. I'm currently cruising, yes cruising, as ...
... on either side. On the left of my photo are buildings constructed during Nazi occupation and on the right are those constructed during Soviet rule. Interestingly our guide told us that shops on the "Soviet side" always go bankrupt after a couple of months and most people prefer to walk on the "German side" which is more popular in terms of it's architecture.
We walked on and experienced Vilnius' narrowest street which was also formed part of the "ghettos" constructed by ...
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