Vilnius Street

Vilnius Street

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Pristi 2015.10.14 14:10:36
My entire kenlwodge of Lithuania is from Jonathon Franzen's The Corrections , where he uses it as basically a fictional setting and describes a post-communist ganter-ruled dystopia I'm pretty sure didn't happen and a huge industry in sand and gravel which may actually exist.
Taty 2014.01.28 17:21:29
3 of 3 people found the flloowing review helpful Ok on the countries it covers, January 24, 2008Bya0 (Allentown, PA United States) a0a0 This review is from: This book is ok.I'm living in Prague now, and plan to travel eastward. It has helped me in Slovakia and Hungary and the Czech Republic.The problem is that I want to travel to the Balkans romania, bulgaria, and croatia are the only places covered in this book. The rest of the Balkans are completely not in there.Also, it would be nice to put Greece in the Eastern Europe book as well as the western. I know it isn't thought of as Eastern, but the Geography kind of makes it a good place to visit while going through the Balkans.P.S. Prague is NOT a trainwreck!!! I live here, and enjoy every minute of it. I'm sorry if there are tourists here, but you will run into tourists everywhere. If you are looking for a local experience, get out of Wen. Square and Mala strana!Help other customers find the most helpful reviewsa0Was this review helpful to you?a0 | a0
Mitchell 2012.10.06 20:00:10
Wow. Just found Seartu, China, by floating arnoud. You gotta check it out. It's a large oil and mineral production city... mindboggling. Harbin is the major inland city in the northeast portion of Cina (between the Korean Peninsula, Mongolia and Russia). Saertu is NW of Harbin on the rail line. Enjoy.

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2012.10.06 20:00:10 | Mitchell
Wow. Just found Seartu, China, by floating arnoud. You gotta check it out. It's a large oil and mineral production city... mindboggling. Harbin is the major inland city in the northeast portion of Cina (between the Korean Peninsula, Mongolia and Russia). Saertu is NW of Harbin on the rail line. Enjoy.
2014.01.28 17:21:29 | Taty
3 of 3 people found the flloowing review helpful Ok on the countries it covers, January 24, 2008Bya0 (Allentown, PA United States) a0a0 This review is from: This book is ok.I'm living in Prague now, and plan to travel eastward. It has helped me in Slovakia and Hungary and the Czech Republic.The problem is that I want to travel to the Balkans romania, bulgaria, and croatia are the only places covered in this book. The rest of the Balkans are completely not in there.Also, it would be nice to put Greece in the Eastern Europe book as well as the western. I know it isn't thought of as Eastern, but the Geography kind of makes it a good place to visit while going through the Balkans.P.S. Prague is NOT a trainwreck!!! I live here, and enjoy every minute of it. I'm sorry if there are tourists here, but you will run into tourists everywhere. If you are looking for a local experience, get out of Wen. Square and Mala strana!Help other customers find the most helpful reviewsa0Was this review helpful to you?a0 | a0

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