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... here and some got to blow a vase while others got to make a swan. D had a go and got to make the most vicious looking swan that has ever graced this planet. L, who has a stiff and painful neck decided she wouldn’t be able to get her head in the right position to see what she was doing so didn’t participate which is probably just as well, that way we won’t have arguments about whose item is the best. She did video D’s attempt. Perhaps ...
... most of the roads unbeknownst to me are under construction making my travels really slow going. Good thing I really don't have anywhere to be.
I arrive in town and head for the former WWI fort “The Ninth Gate”. During WWII it played a grisly role for the Germans in the extermination of the countries Jews. It then served as a transit camp for people being sent to Siberia. This site has seen it's fair share ...
... France before Christmas to see the Christmas markets. I even left my bag in Poland so the flight was cheaper, anything to save a bit of money!
As the flight was in progress, the pilot would occasionally come on the speaker to update us on progress, not that it was necessary. Looking out the window, 3/4 of the trip was made in clear, bright blue sky. Then it clouded over, and as we dipped through the clouds, the rain began...
"Welcome to England"
... That was actually pretty lucky for us because we got to walk down the main isle of the church and see the entire inside. It's a pretty traditional European church with high ceilings, big spaces and a long hall. And of course, the most important part - fantastic acoustics.
We had a few moments up at the front to figure out where we'd be sitting for the Mass and to practice a couple songs. Clair had to hold ...
... as a UNESCO site as one of the few examples of a restored medieval castle. It was interesting to learn that the castle had an in-floor system of heating channels similar to what was used in Roman times. After about 2 hours at the castle, it was time to return to Kaunas and get ready for a family dinner.
We took a couple hours to wander the shops of Kaunas and to prepare ourselves for a wonderful evening.