Le Meridien Vilnius
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... Paul Catholic Church. We stopped and went through that. It was an incredible building - very intricate filigree, paintings and statues etc. We then went to a high point within the old part of town and commenced a walk down through the beautiful old part of town. This took us about 2 hours. What a wonderful old city.
The university was built and commissioned in the 15th century by the Jesuits. The first two faculties were theology and philosophy. ...
... and watch as a half-dozen hot-air balloons float by. Pretty girls dressed for a night out pass. The weather is gorgeous; there is a light breeze. I believe that you would all enjoy this spot.
The conversations I overhear are unintelligible to me, sounding stereotypically Russian but, I am pretty sure, it is Lithuanian being spoken. To me, they sound the same. Occasionally, I hear English and look up to see who is speaking. But, so far, the familiar words come from no one I know.
... on the topic of genocide - we visited the KGB Museum of Lithuanian Genocide expecting to learn a bit about Vilnius's missing Jewish citizens and - surprise! - there was virtually no mention of the Holocaust at all. The museum, housed in the former KGB headquarters, told the story of thousands of executions and deportations of members of the Resistance, displayed spy and torture instruments from Soviet times, photographs of gulags in Siberia and opened the doors to the prison ...
... before heading to bed early. The next day we joined the free walking tour of Dublin which was taken by a really animated New Zealander and went for about three hours. We saw most of the sites around Dublin and the Temple Bar area and then headed back to the hostel to chill out. Later that evening when we got back to our hostel a guy from Palau checked into our room. He seemed like a pretty cool guy so I invited him to dinner and asked him if he wanted to go on the ...
A quick update on my search for relatives in the town of Taurage ...
Despite having to run after my bus, I was relieved to know I would make it to Taurage before nightfall. This town of 28,000 is not listed in the guidebook so I had no idea where I would stay upon arrival. That said, as the bus pulled into the station, I asked an elderly woman sitting behind me if she knew of a hotel. She motioned to follow her and I explained in my ...
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