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Trip Report Poland & Lithuania: Trip Report (the short version)

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Krakow: medievally. Hotel Trecius:good.
Eat kebabs. Go to salt mines.

Auschwitz: sad. But go.

Warsaw: surprisingly fun. Uprising Museum--v. good

Bus to Druskininkai, Lithuania: use the rest stops. Arrive at 3AM. Nothing's open.

Grutas Park: Bad communists. Bad sculpture.
But good park.

Vilnius: Churches, singing. Frank Zappa.
Trakai: castle on lakes

Kaunas: ped street. Guesthouse Nemunas Tour: good; homey

Curonian Spit: yay, pine and the Baltic!

Hill of Crosses; self-explanatory

London: Ben Franklin house: new

(For those who like the longer version, it's here: http://www.fodors.com/forums/threadselect.jsp?fid=2&tid=34841274
but I thought that I'd better do the Cliff's Notes version for the benefit of those with shorter attention spans.)

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