BEST WESTERN Vilnius
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... was obviously where they used to kill people. You can see the bullet holes on the wall. In this room they showed us a short video of how they used to kill people and how often. In some cases it was one after another. They would shoot them in the head, take their body through the window onto a truck then would pour water on the floor to get most of the blood away and then send the next prisoner in. It was like clock work. Shortly after the museum we headed back to the hostel where ...
... Dawn Gate. I was surprised to see l'Institut français and La bibliothèque française. The Russian Orthodox Church of St-Nicholas was next. It was very quiet inside and it is made clear that appropriate behavior is expected: men must remove their hat, no bare arms or legs, no talking and no cameras. Here's the interior I found on the internet. There's ...
... all was quiet in the Republic today, many of their craft shops were closed, maybe another Public Holiday? Had a look in St. Anne's church, beautiful gothic style; I am getting better at picking Gothic, Baroque, Renaissance and Rococo styles in churches although some churches have a certain period exterior and a different period interior! Just wandered around looking in shops and buying the odd present and a man bag for the author (yes, I have ...
After another wonderful Eastern European breakfast, our guide Ruta and our driver David, a Holocaust survivor, picked us up. Ruta is a truly remarkable person, making it possible for us to learn the history of the area, yet able to describe the situation of the Lithuanian Jews with great sympathy and understanding. When she speaks, we feel the pain in her voice.
We headed for the Jewish Cemetery where Rabbi Elijah ...
... a Sunday when transportation to and from Vilnius is far less frequent. We were given timetables of the bus schedule....but not for Sunday. We had to wait for 3 hours to get a train back to the city last night (while almost all of the people in charge left early). We were separated into two massive groups (more than 100 people in each) and had to wait for the people in charge to have snowball fights, take pictures with people, etc. I'm ...