Le Meridien Vilnius
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Took myself on a self guided walking tour of the old city. Had fun. It's a beautiful and interesting city to visit. Ran into Jonathan from Reding while was walking, so great to finally meet him at last. Probably meeting him for dinner. Well we did meet for dinner, and very nice it was as well. Had a local dish which was potato filled with meat and mushrooms. A few beers afterwards and back to bed.
... was a statue dedicated to Japanese man Chijune Sugihara who issued 2139 visas to jewish refugees, against the policy of the government, saving their lives. Back in Tokyo he was fired from diplomatic service but later recognised for his deeds. We walked back to the hotel, slept, and then had dinner at the same restaurant. It was delicious. A pan for 2 piled with wedges and sauerkraut and sausages and pork and turkey and chicken. We sat in the bar for a while, sampling the local beer and ...
... also used as a Russian naval base, unbeknown to the Lithuanians, with a massive man made made canal to harbour their subs.
The hotel we stayed was something you needed to see to believe - everything gaudy with gilt spray with strange knick knacks and statues a little like an orphanage for unwanted object d'art so that it appears that everyone and everything is contained in a Rennaisance painting.
From Liepaja we headed inland ...
... the new people, but I'm not too confident it's going to work out as before. There has been a massive influx of Italians who all knew each other from back home, so it takes away from the bonding experience for everyone. I also want to go to bed on the week nights instead of party, so I miss a lot of the initial bonding. Things are moving slowly as I await the friendships to take off, but I have faith things will turn around. That doesn't make me miss everyone any less though! ...
... along the Icelandic country side thank you very much. So go ahead and adjust that useless awkward looking neck pillow which, by the way, has never provided any additional level of comfort ANYWAY. 8. I love knowing I'm traveling again, when I can pass out on legitimately ANY free floor space in the airport and have all my belongings wrapped around me. 9. When you exit the Copenhagen airport, you first go through a double set ...
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