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... anytime when I was unsure (when to get off of buses, how to find my apartment, a restaurant etc). Another benefit was not always requiring paper tourist maps! Having said all that I still managed to rack up a 40 quid bill over the 3 weeks I was away, but I did use it liberally - so use sparingly to keep the costs down and remember to avoid listening to music or watching videos online as this eats ...
... protected by various layers of barbed wire and electrified fences.
It was finally removed in 1978, after it became clear that United States’ surveillance satellites had discovered the site. Furthermore, the missiles, which were never upgraded, had now become obsolete.
The military pulled out as quietly as it had appeared, removing its missiles and critical equipment.
The townspeople didn't even realize that ...
AM - Well this has been a very quiet day for us all, except for Henris occasional yells. Went with Tomas and Monika (without Henris) to the Evangelical Lutheran church this morning, hmmm, prefer the Catholic Church as the sermon is shorter. PM - Then we had brunch at a restaurant followed by a walk in ...
... her. Daiva is a designer and had designed the gifts. Luckily Tomas acted as interpreter for us as neither Emmanuelis nor Daiva speak English and we have no Lithuanian! PM - Then we all went for lunch and coffee at a Lithuanian restaurant followed by a walk around the restaurants park area. But it rained hard several times during our walk and finally we had to say goodbye, Emmanuelis and Lana agreed to keep in touch using the Google ...
... said "it was a funeral card!" Aaaagh, just as well we didn't get that one! It didn't rain on the way back to Tomas' apartment, we had an early supper then Tomas said "would you like to see our house?" Yes please, so we drove 35 kms out to Kartena to see the house Tomas is renovating, this brick house was built by Tomas' father Antanas and was completed in 1986. In it lived Alma (Henry's mother & Tomas' great grandmother), Gertruda (Henry's sister & Tomas' grandmother), ...