Milzinu Paunksme

Address: Kedru 6, Vilnius, 2009, Lithuania | Hotel
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Vilnius - Day 4 - Day trip to Trakai

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Sep 01, 2014

... in Lithuania. the Karaite are a Turkish-speaking Jewish sect who reject the Talmud (oral tradition of law). They live in colorful houses with 3 windows in the front, one for god, one for the family and one for the Grand Duke Vytautas. Their specialty dish is kibinai, mutton-stuffed pastry.

Trying kibinai is a ...

Return to Vilnius!

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 18, 2014

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... it left at precisely 10:00am, I do like the precise timetables the public transport keep here in Europe. Monika is a great cook, we will miss that and also Henris, he's a great little character. PM - Four hours later, at 2pm, we arrived at the Vilnius bus station for the second time, it seemed like a homecoming as we know this Old Town part of the city quite well. The countryside on the ...

Settling into Lithuania - 19 July 2014

A travel blog entry by blaurin on Jul 20, 2014

... right to the very top and had glorious views of the city. Of course, I didn't have my iPad so I will have to rely on downloading some of Alex's and Vytaute's photos at a later date. We had lunch of cold beetroot soup, a local summer specialty, at a restaurant down by the river. This area had an almost country feel to it and yet it was in the centre of the city. The people were certainly ...


A travel blog entry by torirobinson on Jul 08, 2014

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... of amber. I didn't know there were different colours of amber before then. They had white and blue and green. And they even had little lights to shine through a couple pieces so you could see the bugs that were trapped inside. All in all, it was a pretty neat thing to see.

We ended up back at the main square and were then given lunch time free. We found Cosette, who'd been with the other group, and although most of the girls just wanted to hit the ...


A travel blog entry by farran on Jul 12, 2013

9 comments, 37 photos

... standing because the Nazis used it as a warehouse. Its members were followers of the Vilna Goan, whose teachings were in opposition to Hasidism.

All along our walk Ruta told us stories of the ghetto – from its beginning to its liquidation, mentioning those who tried to help their Jewish friends and neighbors, as well as those who took advantage of the situation. And of course she spoke of the resistance, and one man ...

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