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... there and join him. Whilst we were all on the stage Johannas was busy chatting up this girl. Mark and I on the other hand were talking to these three Belarusian girls. I got talking to one of them. Her name was Yana, she was really nice and sweet. They were all really nice really but I suppose I was talking to Yana the most. Mark and I danced with them for an hour or so before we decided to head back towards our hostel but pop into Sorrento so see what was happening in there. ...
... blocking one from entering any further than 8 feet from the door,
I had by now reached Town Hall with the terraces, fountain and fancy boutiques. Out of curiosity, I entered Burberry and the price on a scarf was almost 500 euros! The next church was a cheaper bet at St-Casimir (Jesuit church). I felt a coffee was in order so I finally tried ...
... loud noise*
4:35 Nona takes a shower and gets dressed
4:45 N: "So.. I'm gonna go... See you in about two years in China!"
J: "Cool! See ya! I'm going back to bed..."
Which left me all by my lonesome in a big big hostel room in Vilnius. So after continuing my cat nap for a couple of hours, I breakfasted on some left-over Soviet muesli, left my backpack at ...
... br> Here the rebuilt wonderful, red brick castle dominates this small Karaite town (Karaites are a unique religion/culture, an ancient sect of Judaism.)
Lake Galve site of the Castle has nine bridges spanning in different areas. For good luck a groom must carry his bride over all nine bridges so in wedding season it is a busy place with a lot of ...
... to the Post Office where I mailed that book and several others Tomek had given me, along with a few gifts that people had given us. The Museum was wonderful. I was able to photograph several wooden synagogues done by other artists. Again while in the Museum, Rita sat us down and recounted more tales of the ghetto. We were spellbound.
Our next stop was a visit to Ruta's office at the Yiddish Center housed in Vilnius University ...