Le Meridien Vilnius
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I headed out to explore the Old Town and made my way to the town hall square. This weekend is the Capital Days festival, where they have music stages and food and craft stalls set up in squares and streets of old town. Playing on the stage in front of the town hall was an awesome classical/rock group that interchanged from a duo to a trio and right up to a quintet depending on what they were playing. There were 2 guys on cellos with a guy ...
... waterside cafés as others did. We chatted on our bus to or opine from Canada, Hollsnd, Germany and Switzerland. As usual there was the loudly-spoken yank and the misogynist Aussie male. Janis spoke at length about travel arrangements first in German and then in English Klaipeda seemed to have a young population and note resting streetscapes with old maps on the side of buildings and historical photos on street hoardings. Klaipeda was once a German ...
... Approximately two million people joined their hands to form a human chain spanning over 400 miles across the three Baltic States – Estonian, Latvia, and Lithuania. All were republics of the Soviet Union.
The demonstration originated in "Black Ribbon Day" protests held in the western cities in the 1980s. It marked the 50th anniversary of the ...
... elevator but access to the very top was via two stories of very steep, winding steps. Elaine made the climb up, and, thankfully, the climb down as well. At the top we met a bride and groom using the space as a stage for a photo op for their wedding. I gave the groom solid advice for a successful marriage—always say YES. (Note from Elaine: Bill should only follow his own advice!) The photos show how beautiful the view was. Now that ...
... to the Red State. This act of thievery played into Hitler’s hands as now he had all the Jewish men, women and children where he wanted them and over the years that followed during the fighting he gave specific orders to murder all of them. All in all close to 200,000 Jews were murdered and a lot of the killings took place right in the ghettos we were visiting. The Ghettos were now a hive of activity, with little hotels, cafes and artistic shops opening up everywhere ...