BEST WESTERN Vilnius
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Lithuanians) but increased it on some others. The entire Jewish population of Vilnius, never before segregated from the others in what for centuries had been a tolerant multicultural city, was suddenly locked in a ghetto. A large share of them (up to 30 000) eventually were killed at Paneriai suburb in 1941-1943, many others were sent to labour camps or fled; Jewish population declined from 54 600 in 1931 to 16 400 in 1959."With the help of other allies in the west ...
... Minsk. It leaves tomorrow at 8 am and I arrive at 10:30. I'll probably sleep the whole time. I made plans to go to dinner with people in my hostel. I also met the girl from the Netherlands before so we could talk for a bit. It was a good night. We went back to the hostel afterwards and just relaxed. The girl from kazakstan asked my opinion about her eye. It looked normal but she has pink eye according to her symptoms. I ...
... the whole nation loved this until the found out he done the same to all the Baltic countries. All they done was change the name, so it wasn't even unique. Then she took us on a walk down German road which used to be where the wealthiest people loved before the war. Then it go bombed. Once we walked down the bottom of the road we where standing in a small Jewish ghetto. Nothing remains apart from a plaque to show us what it was like. Where the Jewish synagogue used to be now stands ...
... It's estimated that tens of thousands of Lithuanians actively fought in the partisans and hundreds of thousands of others actively supported them, relaying messages, providing food and shelter etc. It was a fight that was doomed to fail from the start, given the scale of the task, but fought and died they did. The Soviets used a combination of terror, intimidation and infiltration to take apart the partisan movement, which actively died out in the 1950s.
... not wearing, his rain gear. Every once in awhile he lets go the biggest rippers.
Kevin and I had a nightcap. It was really my turn but said he'd buy re the prior Vana Tallinn evenings. I lamented a night like tonight was not earlier in the trip. Travel and work consumed the drinking time.
Up to the second floor for an additional couple of shots of Vana Tallinn. The bottle has just an inch to go. Much needed bed by the witching hour.