The Narutis Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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I woke up to a rainy day but it was expected. I took my time after breakfast and soon enough it stopped raining and I walked 15 minutes on Gediminos ave to spend a couple of hours at The Museum of Genocide Victims, what I was looking forward to since my research in Montreal. ...
... on with the headphones, selected English, sat back and enjoyed the scenes & commentary. We did get off once to visit the church of St. Peter & Paul, what another extraordinary church! Apparently there are over 2,000 stucco figures representing religious & mythological scenes on the walls & ceilings of this church, it looked incredible!! The interior is quite simply "out of this world". PM - Had lunch at the ...
... front desk, who did not speak one word of English and gave us a look of complete contempt, we waited, with one foot in the station and the other in the open doorway. There were a few yells between staff to each other and we all looked at each other and whispered do we stay or do we go. Eventually another officer came down. He was a commander of some sort. He came up and said "What has happened?". We had a quick chat with him and explained who ...
... at six PM with a welcome dinner. We are forty including a group of ten Indian doctors from Indianapolis who are traveling together. As on other tours, our companions are a well-traveled group; one couple is taking their 15th Tauck tour. When Johanna our leader went around the room asking each of us why we had chosen this particular tour, most said they were interested in going to Russia. In any event, everyone seems pleasant and eager to begin our adventure.
... WWII, there were around 100 synagogues in the city and around 100K Jewish people. Now there is one synagogue which is about 100 years old but most of the Jewish people were rounded up and stuck into the ghetto during the way and then transported and killed. According to my guide from Belarus, the Nazis thought the Lithuanian stock was pretty good for helping ...