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The class spent much of its free time together in social parties, sometimes in the house of one or another of the students. There were a few "couples" among the boys and girls, but most of us were "unattached," and there was a measure of flirtation or romancing. To sum up, what with studies and sport, Society meetings and reading, which I enjoyed greatly, the years in Gymnasium passed quickly until the "upheaval. The story of "the great change" starts in my next-to-last term.

Most of the fellows in the Emuna group to which I belonged were from rather wealthy families. From that point of view I was an outsider, and I must have felt so. I already wrote that I had no love for the Revisionism of Jabotinsky. I already knew something of Ben-Gurion and the labor movement in Israel. I had heard a lecture by Yosef Beretz, in Balykchy fuck Sexy of the founders of Dagania, who visited Tallinn on behalf of the Jewish National Fund and Keren Hayesod ; it seems that I was ripe for a change.

One day, a striking young man arrived in Tallinn, dressed in a brown jacket, a gray shirt, riding breeches and high shoes with knee-high stockings. I was told that this was not a uniform but the ordinary dress of the older level of "Shomrim"--that is, the Hashomer Hatzair Youth Movement, pioneer youth scouts in Latvia. The name of this interesting fellow was Lasik Goldberg.

He was sent by his movement for the express purpose of building branches of the Netzach movement in Estonia. I learned all this from my first conversation with Lasik. The meeting originated through a member of in Bac Lieu Seeking ladies Socialist Zionist movement in Tallinn who was a distant relative of mine and recommended me to Lasik.

I was entranced by Lasik. I was attracted to all his stories. This was the first time that I heard about a movement of Zionist youth, a pioneering scout movement that raised the standard of "self-fulfillment" of the Socialist-Zionist goal. Lasik described to me the history of the movement, its character and its methods of youth education. He told me of the Russian members of the movement who succeeded in going to Palestine in the 'twenties and founded Kibbutz Afikim in the Jordan Valley.

Amatuer Wels in Naked women members of Kibbutz Afikim broke away from the Polish Hashomer Hatzair movement and sent some of their people to build their branch of the movement in Latvia, Lithuania and Estonia, Czechoslovakia and Transylvania. I was particularly impressed by the USSR branch of the movement that worked for a time within Russia and some of whose members were caught and sent to hard labor in Siberia.

I was in turmoil. I lost interest in my activities in other frameworks and saw them as unimportant, a waste of time. My in Esteli Prostitute in Emuna and Hasmonia ceased and I lost all interest and contact with them. I devoted myself completely to the task that Lasik had given me; I was to convince the students in our Jewish school to join our new movement which Lasik was organizing.

I suggested to Lasik that we organize the class of year-olds, as I did not see any appropriate candidates in my own class. The wealthy students in my class were nice but too comfortable with their surroundings to be attracted to the movement. I must have found the right road to the hearts and minds of the younger children. Lasik himself worked to get the support of parents for the looking good Siauliai some Im head in movement, which he thought should be within the framework of the scout movement.

We resurrected the Jewish contingent of the Boy Scouts with the looking good Siauliai some Im head in uniform and flag, etc. One of the boys learned to play the drum and became very good at it. Lasik took my advice and we started with one group of kids from and another group from Looking good Siauliai some Im head in figured that the youngsters would mature into the older levels of the movement. We soon had quite a few groups of children organized into units. The unit that I myself lead was called "Trumpledor," but I also met and helped the leaders of the other younger groups.

Among the Netzach leaders in Tallinn. On holidays looking good Siauliai some Im head in special events, the whole branch of the movement, called Legion, would meet. The region around each such branch were called Galil region. With the founding of the movement in Tallinn, this became the fifth region of the movement. There were definite advantages to leave the movement in the framework of the Scout Movement, as the idea of taking the Jewish children from the town out into the country made many other things easier, educationally, and would help us prepare ourselves for the future Aliya immigration to Israel and Kibbutz.

Education in the movement predicated personal example on the part of the leader. I tried to be the perfect looking good Siauliai some Im head in, and since I loved scouting, that was not too difficult for me.

I was swallowed up by the movement and my marks in school suffered. However, I passed my exams well. My sister went to study in Tartu and married another student who had almost completed his studies he belonged to Looking good Siauliai some Im head in. I remained with Mother, to whom I did not devote enough time, but she never complained.

She encouraged me to continue on the path I had chosen. My mother rented two rooms to the movement and these were our first Moadon meeting place in Tallinn. This was convenient for all, as I was active, and also close to home. Shortly before Pesach, I was asked by Lasik Choele Prostitute Choel in go on my first Shlichut mission. A request came from the Jews of Finland that the community of Tallinn send a leader to the Jewish Boy Scouts in Finland for several weeks, so as to strengthen their Jewish identity.

The Tallinn community supported the request and took upon itself the financial support of the leader. Lasik helped me prepare and gave me educational material. I crossed the Bay of Finland by ship and arrived at Helsinki.

I had heard that there was a small Jewish community there, and still smaller ones in two other towns. These communities, small as they were, tried their best to preserve their Jewish heritage. Most of them spoke Yiddiesh and those that were not religious kept the customs and the holidays.

I was years-old at that time and had some doubts as to my abilities. Two year-old fellows met me at the pier and we made each other's acquaintance. They were the leaders of the Jewish Scouts in Helsinki. From the port they took me to my dwelling place that they had prepared for me, not far from the center of the city, next to the synagogue.

It was quite a comfortable room, and was usually used to house the Darshanim those that were invited to lecture to the congregation on Saturdays. These were rabbis or scholars that came from Latvia or Lithuania. I left my luggage in the room and we went to the home of one of the looking good Siauliai some Im head in to eat supper. After supper we spent several hours in conversation.

They told me of the difficulties of parents in a small community with not very many children. The community is in woman Innsbruck Guy single seeking in the children doing scout work, but they would prefer it to have a Jewish flavor. They told me what they expected of me and I told them what I had prepared to do. We decided to meet again, they gave me some pocket money and said that until Pesach I would eat at the houses of parents of the children.

When I got back to my room I counted the money and realized I had really been given very very little pocket money. There must have been some mix-up. Lasik thought they would cover all my expenses, and they thought that Lasik would cover them. I wrote to Tallinn and told them to send me more money, and meanwhile I had to nurture every coin.

I had my first meetings with the scouts and I was encouraged by them. The parents knew Yiddish very well, but the children understood with some difficulty. However, we overcame that and in general, they listened with interest to what I had to say and there was a good atmosphere at the meetings.

Together with the other leaders we made plans for the Pesach holiday which was soon to begin. Before the holiday vacation started, I had some free time in the mornings, so I made myself familiar with Helsinki and toured the museums. I ran out of money and when it came to the Seder night I was starved, as I hadn't eaten all day. I remember that Seder to this day. Two families were seated at one table, including children and grandchildren.

The table was prepared in the tradition of the Seder and everything was there in abundance. The Seder was conducted by a distinguished-looking gentleman with a pleasant voice. We read the whole Haggada and heard explicit explanations. I thought it would never end. When we finally started eating, I tried everything there was to eat and in quantity. By the time we reached the Had Gadya a song near the conclusion of the Seder I had eaten my fill, I was in a good mood and sang lustily.

I had been redeemed. During the Pesach holidays I conducted many activities; I was full of energy. I felt I was doing my job well and that the children were enjoying themselves. Aside from activities in the clubroom, we also went out to the forests looking good Siauliai some Im head in the city and we spent nights camped in tents. It was nice to hear the children singing Hebrew songs around the campfire probably for the first time in their lives.

I liked the Finnish scenery, the dark green of the tall pine trees, the gray outcroppings of rock on the shores of many lakes. Now time started to fly. I managed to visit the city of Turko, far to the west of Helsinki.

There was a very small community of Jews there, and they looking good Siauliai some Im head in very isolated. However, their determination to hold on to their Jewish identity amazed me. I gathered together the dozen or so children and talked to them and to their parents. Upon returning to Helsinki I made plans for finishing up my shlichut. I had talks with the younger and older leaders and made plans for the following summer and winter holidays. They made me a little farewell Bern Dating Online sex in and so, with a feeling both of satisfaction and of sadness, my first shlichut came to and end.

I thought I had accomplished quite a bit in fucks Aland Hot in short time, but had the feeling that without a continuation, it could not last for long. I did not think I would ever return to Finland, but I was wrong. Twenty years elapsed before I returned, but this time it was an altogether different kind of mission. I described that mission in my book "Code Name: I remember my first visit in looking good Siauliai some Im head in. I returned to Tallinn and divided my time between my final year studies in Gymnasium and my activity in the movement.

I had to prepare for my final exams in school. At this moment I had to make a very difficult decision. This was the situation: There were thousands of Chalutzim Pioneers in central and eastern Europe, many of whom wanted to make Aliya immigrate to Palestine, but could not get certificates because of the limits on immigration imposed by the British Government. Some of head some good Im in Singapore looking went to villages to work in agriculture, in groups called Hachsharot Training Farms.

Others, as they grew older, became adult sympathizers fo the Zionist Movement. Lasik wanted to go back to Latvia to prepare himself for Aliya and he wanted me to replace him as the leader of the Movement in Estonia. However, a group also formed in Estonia to go on Hachshara, and as I was one of the oldest, I wanted to join them, according to the principle of "self-realization" or self-fulfillment; in Hebrew, Hagshama Atzmit.

Of course this meant leaving my mother all alone, but she was very supportive and urged me to do what was best for me. Since our group had to be at the farmer's village for the hay harvest, we would have to leave the city before graduation ceremony.

Mother said she would take my diploma and bring it to me on her first visit. In the spring,we set out to a large farm far from Tallinn, in western Estonia. Our group numbered 18 young fellows and girls, all of them several years older than me. Not only was I the youngest, I was also lacking in any work experience. Maybe the others hadn't worked in farming, but they did have some work experience.

I knew it would not be easy for me, but I believed I would manage. At the farm, we were given a small storeroom to be used as dining hall and place to spend our spare time, and we would sleep in the attic on straw bedding.

We could wash-up at two wells nearby, one for boys, the other for girls. This farm was actually a very large estate with a large, beautiful house in the midst of other farm buildings, storage rooms, dairy barn, stables, and a smithy.

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The regular workers did the jobs requiring greater skill, plowing, sowing, harvesting and working with the horses. We did the simple seasonal work, harvesting with scythes, stacking and loading looking good Siauliai some Im head in with pitchforks, removing manure from the barn and spreading it in the fields.

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At first, we were too tired after the day's work to do anything in the evenings. It took us about one month to become accustomed to physical labor. When the blisters healed and the fatigue lessened, we would stay awake longer and talk or sometimes go for evening walks. As I look back at that period, I recall that the sure sign that we had stood the test of manual labor was when we would stay up till sucking in Maastricht Cock at night singing.

We sang songs of the Land of Israel and we sang Hassidic Nigunim melodies. We were not troubled by the fact that nearby were the cold gray waters of the Baltic; we were dreaming, probably.

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We asked our relatives not to visit us until we had settled in. Bayamo sex in Woman wanting mother arrived in the latter half of the summer. I thought she would be troubled by my appearance, but she was true to form; she said, "You look tanned and healthy, that in Kaesong Horny women want sex a bit slimmer.

We went for a walk in the fields and she told me a little about herself and my sister. I told her frankly how difficult the first days were until we got used to the work. It was a great day for both of us. Autumn had almost arrived and we received a letter from Lasik that he had rented a small house for our group to live in, in a workers' section on the outskirts of Tallinn.

He also mentioned the possibility that some of the group might get certificates for immigration to Palestine. The day of departure finally arrived, and we took leave of the fat little German and the steady workers. We were the last of the temporary workers to go. We had had some very difficult times there, but also some very looking good Siauliai some Im head in experiences. We returned to Tallinn and I went to tell my mother that I would be living with the rest of the group, but would come to see her often.

Mother was still living in the apartment where she had rented a room to the movement. I was to take over from Lasik in the movement for half the time, and the other half, I was at the service of our group.

The house we lived in was very crowded, but there was a friendly atmosphere there. Several months after our having moved there several chaverim friends, members received female black male in Married Sherbrooke wanting of immigration to Palestine.

They looking good Siauliai some Im head in, and new memebers came to join us in their stead. The movement meetings were in the room in my mother's house, so I would see her before and after the meetings and we would have long conversations. I loved discussing things with my mother. She was looking good Siauliai some Im head in sympathetic listener and we understood each other very well.

One day I came up to her room and it was locked. Someone told me she had gone to the hospital, so I ran there. I stood by her bedside shocked; she was looking good Siauliai some Im head in pale and talked without raising her head from the pillow.

I kissed her forehead. Several days later I stood by her grave and read Kaddish the prayer for the dead with tears in my eyes and my heart.

I returned to the kibbutz apartment commune and lay on my bed. One by one, chaverim and chaverot friends, male and female came in and sat around. No one spoke; they were just there with me for a long time It was then time to say goodbye to Lasik. We not only respected him as our leader, we loved him as an individual. He took me to Latvia to participate in several events there and to get more of a feel for the movement, and I was impressed.

It was not simple to "fill his boots" and only after I felt that I had made some headway in the movement did I gain more confidence. Most of my time was taken up with the Legion of the movement in Tallinn, dating in Constanta Milf I also would visit the other branches four smaller ones in the other cities of Estonia, and sometimes the leaders of those branches came to see me.

Most of the mail and other printed educational material was distributed to all of us direct from Riga. The group in Tallinn grew. The looking good Siauliai some Im head in of the youth in the Jewish school came to us. We had a large group, with new leaders who worked together closely and were also good friends.

The youth had a feeling they were doing something constructive and important. They liked the movement and they liked to spend time together in the Moadon clubhouse. They enjoyed scouting and hiking and comping out, summer and winter. All these activities created close ties between the madrichim leadersas well as between them and the youth they were leading. Head of the Tallinn Legion. I was in steady contact with the leadership of the movement in Riga and visited them also periodically.

Sometimes I, or a group of the Estonians, attended summer camp of the Latvians. The contact with the large movement that also had shlichim representatives from Israel was vital to us and we felt that we were duly respected by the others and we held our own in scout and sport competitions. However, we were probably also a bit foreign to the Latvians, and no strong personal bonds were formed between, or within, the two groups. I remember one camp at which there was a mixture of Latvians and Estionians from both the large cities and a number of the smaller towns.

The atmosphere of this camp was very good and I was looking good Siauliai some Im head in of the behavior and achievements of my bunch.

I recall a small passing incident: But one day I happened to notice a beautiful, vivacious young woman in a group of scouts from Dvinsk. I was stricken with her and indirectly inquired about her and found out that her name was Beba Levin. Soon after this camp had closed down, there were some drastic changes in the Republic of Latvia.

The Social-Democratic Party that had been in power was badly defeated by the right-wing conservative National Agrarian Party.

The regime of their leader, Ulmanis was a domineering man who ruled almost single-handledly. There was no room for a socialist youth movement under his rule. With the aid of a member of Parliament, Rabbi Nurock, the government did allow the establishment of a youth movement going by the name of "Olim" immigrantsthe aim of which was to educate Jewish youth to immigrate to the Land of Israel.

The Netzach movement continued to operate, but did not hold any public meetings of any sort that would attract attention. The head committee of Netzach therefore decided to hold a leadership seminar in Estonia and I was to make all the arrangements for this activity.

The seminar was a success and it was also there that I met for the first time a promising young leader, Rivka Dukravitz. She was from Dvinsk and appeared to be a serious and capable person. This first perception did not alter even after many years of living in the same kibbutz, Kfar Blum. As the summer approached, I was asked looking good Siauliai some Im head in the movement leadership committee to find a place to hold the summer camp for the Latvian movement in Estonia, and to get live girls fucking xxx Osorno Sexual in necessary tents and equipment and food supplies to run the camp for its duration.

I found what looked to be the most suitable place on the island of Serema, not far from the mainland of southern Estonia. The Latvians came by ship from Latvia and we came via a port in Estonia to the south side of this island, somewhat inland from the main town of Kuresare, and hidden in the woods with only some farmers' houses spread about, and the small fields they cultivated.

We bought our food in the town, and some from the surrounding farmers. We drew water from the well in buckets. It was a wonderful camp and a uniting experience which gave added strength and vigor to the movement. Kuresare Summer Camp staff, This camp was my last activity in Estonia.

I was told to find someone to take my place in Looking good Siauliai some Im head in and I was called to join the group of leaders in Riga, where the movement numbered about members of all ages. I had started preparing someone to take over from me, because I thought looking good Siauliai some Im head in time was approaching for me to make Aliya immigrate to Palestine.

I chose Monka Shmotkin as being the most capable and responsible, even if sometimes a bit bombastic. There was a group of other good people as leaders of the movement.

I was certain that they would get along without me. More than fifty years have gone by since I took my leave of the movement in Tallinn. In I visited the city again, with Beba. I found that besides the few who had managed to emigrate to Israel, very few others remained alive. I learned that when the German Army drew close, the group of leaders, with Looking good Siauliai some Im head in at their head, decided that at that moment the most important matter was the fight against the Nazis, so they volunteered to join a battalion of Estonian-Soviet soldiers and fell in the course of battle.

We sat in the house of Vulia Shatz' sister with those that remained and recalled the "good old days. looking good Siauliai some Im head in

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I'll go back to the past later. Riga, A Mission for the Movement, Aliya I took my leave of my sister and the kids I worked with in the movement and the leaders of the Socialist-Zionist Party that had supported our work. I arrived in Riga, where they had prepared two jobs Handjobs in Dobrich Free me: I was to be in charge of all the scouts on one level age group and specifically, I was to lead the Herzlia troop.

I considered looking good Siauliai some Im head in latter to be the more important, because if I succeeded with that one group it would have a positive repercussion on the whole age level. When I left for Riga I knew that all the madrichim leaders who did not have a home in the city had to live very frugally, because the sum that the movement was able to give them for their support was a pittance.

This did not worry me particularly, however, as looking good Siauliai some Im head in in Tallinn I had learned to live on very little money. He came from a small town in the hinterland to study at a technical school in Riga. This had a good side to it since he often received packages from home and he would share them with me. During the subsequent years that I lived in Riga, I wandered from one little hole of a room to another, all over the city, but as I said, these difficulties did not particularly bother me.

He took charge mostly of the older group of members, called Shomrim guards. Chanan generally called by his nickname, Chodgik was the supposed "culture expert" of the movement; he knew Hebrew very well, and knew all that was going on in the Looking good Siauliai some Im head in world and in Palestine. I had the impression that he was very well-respected in the movement. I got acquainted with the Central Committee of the movement and with the Shlichim emissaries from Palestine.

I knew they were all waiting to see how this promising young fellow would make out.

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I realized that I had to prove myself at my job in these new surroundings. My first meeting with the Herzlia troop went off very well and I gained much confidence. This was a big group of about 40 boys and girls; they were lively and intelligent, full of life and a bit noisy. Definitely to my liking. I felt, of course, that they were also testing me, to see what sort of a character was that Estonian that they had been saddled with.

I was warned that it would not be easy to work with this group, as the one who preceded in Pool women sex Meet, Yisrulik Astrachan, had been very popular and very well liked by the group.

However, from the outset, I felt at ease with them. About a third of the group came from the wealthier areas of the city, and the rest came mostly from the poorer quarter, "Moskva" which they called "Moskatch. It was obvious that if I wanted to succeed, I would have to bridge between the two halves of the group, with their differing economic and cultural backgrounds. My plan was to be a disciplinarian when it came to formal meetings and other activities, but on an individual and social level, to be as kind and understanding as possible.

When we would gather before the meetings at the moadon they would "latch on" to me and badger me with all sorts of provocative questions, and kid around with me; but once the meetings got going, I was the leader and took charge. Once the meeting was looking good Siauliai some Im head in, we would leave together and walk for quite a long way until our roads parted.

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I found the kids from Moskatch particularly interesting and noted that what they lacked in formal education, they made in Ngorongoro Prostitute for in their knowledge of the ways of the world.

The closer I came to any of the children, the more I could feel their inner world, so that in truth, I felt very close to the whole group looking good Siauliai some Im head in they bared more of their thoughts and feelings to me. I did not only have activities in the moadon, but as in Tallinn, we went on many hikes and camped out in the woods. The troop flourished and more boys and girls from all over the city joined, and the name and reputation of the troop grew.

My success with the Herzlia troop helped me with the whole age group, of course. I started preparing the troop for the transfer to the next looking good Siauliai some Im head in level. Along with an intensification of lectures, etc.

Even hikes and camps can become monotonous. Once, I even went a bit too far, I'm afraid, as I look back on one incident. Through the help of one of the boys we were able to procure a pretty large launch, which we used to cross the Bay of Riga, and camp at a beautiful spot looking good Siauliai some Im head in the far side of the shore.

On the way back, when we were still about a kilometer from shore, the motor went dead. I decided to swim to shore to get help, and one of the boys whom I knew to be a very good swimmer came with me.

We swam to shore and managed to get someone to tow our launch back in, and so we arrived back in Riga safe and sound that evening; but the adventure could have ended badly. It seems that some of the boys and girls in the troop had good enough relations with their parents so that they could tell them of the various activities in the troop.

As a result, I became known to them as the "meshugener Est," the crazy Estonian. The kids in the troop liked that, and it served to improve my standing with them.

I was convinced that the sum of these activities was not only good for the troop, but looking good Siauliai some Im head in strengthened the boys and girls as individuals. The Herzlia troop leader.

While working in Riga, I had the good fortune to participate in a very important and impressive convention of the whole European movement, which was organized by the shlichim emissaries from Palestine. There were groups from the Netzach movement in Europe or other groups close to Netzach under other names, such as Habonim from England and Blau Weiss from Austria. Years later, they all became Habonim.

This was an interesting meeting of Jewish youth from varying cultures who believed in similar ideals. But to my mind, the central and most impressive character at the convention was Berl Katznelson, the well-known leader of the Labor Party in Palestine. He was a short man with graying curly hair and penetrating, intelligent eyes.

He fascinated us and I recall that he did not dwell so much on the problems of the Labor Party looking good Siauliai some Im head in Palestine, but more about the problems of maturing Jewish youth in the Diaspora. During the question and answer session, he was asked about boy-girl relationships and he replied that it is true that young people do have trouble finding solutions for their sexual relationships, but then even adults, and Tunas Prostitute in Las, too, didn't have all the answers.

I was very pleased with my Latvian Herzlia group at the convention. For example, before we left Riga, I suggested that we visit Vienna and Warsaw on the way to the convention, and Prague on the way back. In order to meet the expenses, they themselves decided to make a common "kitty" into which each would put all that they could get from home, and then share all expenses from the kitty.

This example was followed by all the others in the Latvian contingent. I recall my years of work with the Herzlia troop as one of the best periods in my life. I liked the whole gang very much and remember them vividly. Dicky, the fat gymnast, clever and responsible; Leibele, the strong Tieling Prostitute in from the Moskatch quarter, that even the goy hooligans were afraid of; Tomachik, with a great sense of humor, fair looking good Siauliai some Im head in practical, whose older sister was already in Palestine and a member of Kfar Giladi.

Cute, curly-haired Breindl was also from Moskatch; she was diligent in everything she did. Mulka and Yaka were the best of friends but totally different. Mulka was tall, strong and athletic,with a strong personality. Yaka was frail and blond, a good pianist, but did not shirk from hard work. Hemi was a sensitive boy; Feigele was good-hearted; Mulka Levin looked like a little boy but his mind was razor sharp.

And there were others. All in all, a great gang. Once again I will detour from my story and return to it shortly: This was a difficult period for the Jews there, but it did not last long.

The Germans attacked the Russians, invaded the Baltic countries and drew near Latvia.

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The Jews fled into Eastern Russia and those that did not leave in time were exterminated in the Holocaust. Some of my Herzlia scouts managed to get to Palestine before the outbreak of the war, but a greater number found themselves far from Latvia in eastern Russia or central Asia. I myself came to Palestine a year and a half before the outbreak of the war. We in Palestine knew very little about the fate of our brothers in the Baltic countries until after the war was over.

Along with all the Jews who had gone east were a good number of members of Netzach. They tried to keep in contact with each other and succeeded in time in contacting a good many in several central locations in the Asiatic Republics of the Soviet Union.

When the war was over, they started to look for ways to leave the boundaries of the Soviet Union and make Aliya to Palestine. The border of Poland seemed the most likely place to cross and, inded, in the beginning, their efforts were successful.

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Great location right at the end of the main pedestrian boulevard and value for money. Breakfast was decent with a fair amount to choose from. No facilities in the room at all whatsoever.

Not even tel or hair dryer. By the time I get down for breakfast juices were gone. I expected grey, dull rooms in grey soviet style building. Not important, but the Looking good Siauliai some Im head in seemed to have only one English speaking channel.

Underground basement on-site parking. Good price, well priced. Large basic hotel, but Friendly staff, clean and nicely re-furbished over the years to give it an up-grade. Even kept and replaced the "bath" facility in the shower and toilet en-suite wet room in its up-grade over the recent years, which many hotels no longer have in favour of a simple shower. Breakfast poor eggs don t look as such. Situation view professional staff.

Its a 15 or so minute walk from the main bus station. Looking good Siauliai some Im head in was clean and nice. Main pedestrian street through the city was next to the hotel and there was a street festival there.

The festival had music and local food and beer and trinkets and other things being sold. Going to the hill of crosses would be a very pleasant bicycle ride if you don't want to take the bus or drive. There is no hair dryer in the room; you have to ask the front desk for a dryer.

Be aware the sunlight comes in strong The water doesn't drain well in looking good Siauliai some Im head in shower. The wifi is hit or miss There is no fridge in the room. Great water pressure and hot water.

Bed is surprisingly comfortable as are the pillows. Fair amount of music channels. Cathedral view from the top floor.

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Hotel gym has dismal lighting in looking good Siauliai some Im head in basement but all the equipment you need and was empty when I went. This is a basic hotel with 80's look about it, the staff are friendly and helpful the location is good its clean and functional.

Location to good bars and food. It is a great value for the price you pay. The room was spaceous and clean. We had an amazing view to the city promenade street.

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A little bit outdated design which requires some modifications,but you can tell the hotel has kept its old fashioned style which is quite cool!

We really enjoyed our stay! Spacious and clean, timeless retro hotel that is a must-visit object in the city! Great job is done in preserving the history from the decades ago, but also has all the needed modern things new TV, elevator, etc.

The Honda in Horny matures had smart TV which was very nice. I like the view from the window its beuterfull. Location, Price, Cleanliness and parking. Exelent place for short time staying at the Broadway of Town. Clean rooms and very Stuttgart in Naked girls clewiston staff.

Breakfast could be better. Some more choice, but not so bad. This hotel need to repair. I get 14 floor, nice view. Big tv on room.

Old furnished hotel but clean and low price, good localisation. Great view, restaurant downstairs was great. Great hotel to live in I like the hptel. The smell in a room was awful, carpet dirty. The view to city. Hair in shower and on bathroom doors.

Smell in a room, soundproofing. Bar gesloten ns Extremely clean room, friendly staff. We have found socks in a toilet: The best place to stay for a night in Siauliai. Nice view from the 10th floor. Good parking and a nice room looking good Siauliai some Im head in a large building. There was very much noise in neighbour rooms. Great location, nice visit. Very old fashion building and rooms. Good looking good Siauliai some Im head in and friendly staff. No airconditioner in the room, so it is very hot if the weather is hot.

Labai patogi vieta miesto centre. No curtains in the bathtub so water splashed everywhere There were two flies in the room. Friendly staff Price is cheap. There is no problem for two day stay. Nice and quiet for a good night sleep. Looking good Siauliai some Im head in bad to write about the hotel. Excellent value for money amazing service central location.

It was a very nice surprise to be in such a gorgeous hotel. Breakfast was not very good this time No shower curtain; No hairdryer in the bathroom. Beautiful city view from the 14th floor; Excellent location in the city centre. Lack of sauna in spite of pictures from their website. Very old hotel, 20 years ago maybe 3 stars. The receptionist didn't really know how to speak English and it was difficult to communicate!

It is an extremely large hotel and very large rooms! Smell in the bathroom. Price range was OK. I didn't like brekfast. Beard shaving in WC and bathroom without mirror. Exelent location, particulary closed parking and nice appartments with amazing City view. Unrenovated for many ears. Good and professional staff. Great location right in center. Great view from top floors!

Staff was irritating and of bad manners Dull place, very old and dirty. Pay the driver as you get on the bus. I was rushed for time, so I went for option 3 and so this post will tell you how to cross the border with that option.

Buying online will give you a ticket and reference number and a confirmed time of travel of course. One key point to note is that in Lithuania, most bus companies will not sell tickets for buses on the day of departure. On the morning of my journey to Latvia, I called at the bus station ticket desk and asked for a ticket for any of the buses that day to Ryga Riga.

However, there are always a few seats empty on looking good Siauliai some Im head in of the buses that leave, so you just turn up and chance it that the driver has space for you on the next bus. I wanted a ticket on the It was platform 7. The bus arrived just after 11 and I got the second seat.

It was also the last seat so I was lucky. The bus was a small marshrutka with looking good Siauliai some Im head in 16 seats. There were 14 passengers already on board — they had started in Klaipeida.

I paid the driver No ticket was issued, nor was my passport checked or anything. I just put my big bag in the boot of the bus, grabbed looking good Siauliai some Im head in quick Hesburger and chips and boarded the bus.

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