The Narutis Hotel
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... street, Pilies where I took a turn on an unsuspecting narrow by-street named Lietratu dedicated to the writers past and present who have left their mark on the city. There are galleries and a cafe terrace and the walls are adorned with artwork. Several windows feature artwork in body tattoo form. I was left unimpressed and continued on Pilies to my ...
... that can be obtained to use in your own home. Nu Skin has about six products designed to be used together with the Galvanic Spa II System, with retail prices between $32 and $60. You will find vast amounts of dollars being spent each and every year from the beauty industry, along with each of the money spent at spas as well as for spa products. Nu Skin is an excellent position to capitalize on this ever-increasing ...
... br> It's sad and cool at the same time how normal it is to simply hop off a bus in one of the three Baltic capitals, and meet your very own toeslagpartner!
Of course, we had plenty of gossip to catch up on, so we just wandered around the town (no, Vilnius is not a city!) and I tried to use my Latvian to make sense of some of the Lithuanian cookery and beverages. Of course, we disregarded all sound local advise and did end up on touristy Pilies street, so we ...
... stop was Ponary Forest - the site of a huge mass grave of 70,000 Jews of Vilnius and 30,000 other Lithuanians. Learning that those who were murdered had to stand in line and wait their turn to be shot made us realize that it was not just the mass killings that made the Holocaust so horrific; it was also the cruelly calculating manner in which the Nazis or their surrogates (in this case Austrian soldiers) systematically ...
... regimes within 2-3 years. Once again any possible opponents were removed, including the almost total genocide of the Lithuanian Jews. After the war it was back to the Soviets who under Stalin's rule were incredibly cruel as they seized farms to make communes, persecuted anyone who was a possible opponent. Even deporting whole families all over Russia to try to quieten down the population. Things got a little better after Stalin died but KGB had a heavy hand in keeping the populace ...