Trakai Castle

Trakai Castle

Rosana 2015.12.19 10:54:43
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Maikon 2015.12.14 09:39:53
Stephen,Your photographs are aboulstely superb! Having been to Trakai myself just a year ago, you brought it back to me much better than my own haphazard photography. But I want to send you one of my photographs somehow (as an attachment) with a personal story. I'm sure you will recognize it. The history and migration of the Karaites was so fascinating, even if my tour group got only a very condensed version. Was the city of Kaunas on your travel agenda?Brenda (NIGS)
Nouamane 2015.12.14 07:33:35
Hi, Just wanted to coemmnt on the nice photos of the castle. I visited that island last year, and had forgotten what the name of the town and lake were. Beautiful place, wish I could have gone out boating for a few hours, but not enough time of course. The history in the Baltic States is astounding. I'm glad I had the opportunity to visit such a wonderful place in the world. Good luck on your trip. Donna Hague Wendt
Kayo 2015.10.14 14:09:07
I also visited the ahcvires in Vilnius with my sister and dound them to be most helpful we also found out that my maternal grandmother comes from nobility.They really do a great job considering that most is done by hand and so many records have been destroyed thanx to the communists(especially families from nobility)My suggestion is to have with you any and all information, even dates written behind pictures can be helpful.good luck to all out there searching their roots
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Basia 2014.12.19 23:31:54
Steve, I understand how you must have felt going in the one house with the wood birunng stove and outhouse. The first time I went to Costa Rica to meet my husband's family, he had warned me about all I would see and have to deal with. He actually scared me from going. His family is poor and he warned me of dirt floors, no hot water, an outhouse, bugs, etc. The worst part was, we were going to be staying in this small home with the rest of the family! He did a great job preparing me as when we got there it wasn't as bad as I expected. They didn't have dirt floors anymore, bugs weren't a problem, but, the facilities were outside and no hot water. They washed clothes by hand. Whenever we go, we have more fun buying the family things they really need, they think we are rich! lol Last time we bought them a dining room table and hutch set, and then I realized they needed dishes and utensils so they didn't have to wash a plate for the next one to be able to eat. We sure had fun surprising them that trip! We are planning a trip back in April and I will be curious to see how far they have come along now, and what we can surprise them with again! As a last note, I loved the country, the family the people there. I cam e home in tears, thinking America had a lot to learn!
Alvante 2014.01.29 06:11:37
- A true professional, paossinate and one of the best in the industry. Thanks Tony again for capturing these very special moments for Kohl. We had a great time working with you and the girls-you ROCK!-Saira Zitek
Bossboss 2012.09.04 05:17:39
Thank you Steve for your site and making your iniormatfon available to the world. I have just recently started into a geneaology study of my family and am trying to trace the places in Lithuania that my grandparents immigrated from. Information on my end has been difficult to uncover. I finally got a copy of some family papers which indicate that my grandfather came from Butrimann, Lithuania. I haven't been able to locate such a place so I'm hoping and assuming that in fact it might be Butrimonys. My grandmother, the paper states, came from Zidiskis, Lithuania, but again, no such place can be found, and nothing close to the spelling either. I hope to visit Lithuania someday and your website makes me even more excited about traveling there to walk in the footsteps of my ancestors.Thanks again for your wonderful site!
Chris 2011.06.02 07:19:28
Waklnig in the presence of giants here. Cool thinking all around!
Susana Rebordosa Alabau 2010.04.26 12:38:39
Please, the schedules might say to me for May 29, to visit the castle and if it is necessary to reserve the visit. Thank you

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2010.04.26 12:38:39 | Susana Rebordosa Alabau
Please, the schedules might say to me for May 29, to visit the castle and if it is necessary to reserve the visit. Thank you
2011.06.02 07:19:28 | Chris
Waklnig in the presence of giants here. Cool thinking all around!

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