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... animal furs tacked to the wall, wooden wagon wheels placed strategically inside and out, and a rustic atmosphere throughout.
We were told the food was authentically Lithuanian: a little glass containing light goat cheese with honey, followed by a plate loaded with two potato pancakes, a potato dumpling filled with pork sausage, and a small serving of pork, onion and oil.
I didn't ask for a calorie count, but it must have been pretty ...
AM - Well this has been a very quiet day for us all, except for Henris occasional yells. Went with Tomas and Monika (without Henris) to the Evangelical Lutheran church this morning, hmmm, prefer the Catholic Church as the sermon is shorter. PM - Then we had brunch at a restaurant followed by a walk in ...
... climate plants from around the world except Australia. Plants from Africa, the USA and other countries plus a pond of carp and some red-eared slider turtles (these turtles are banned in Australia!) Then Emmanuelis and his wife Daiva and children Brigita & Gerhardas arrived, he was very excited to meet Lana for the first time! He is very tall as you can see from the photos and had some family photos for Lana to view and some ...
AM - Well it had to happen, pouring rain this morning but we walked through it to the Akropolis Shopping Centre which is only 2.5 kms away. Spent all day there, walking round and round viewing all the shops and cafés and perfumeries (separate from chemist) and watching some ice skaters in the centre rink. The shops were all on the ground floor with cinemas on the second floor. On the way there are some small groups of older people with little stalls selling fruit, vegetables and ...
AM - Klaipeda is the northernmost ice-free port on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea. It is a multi-purpose port with over 38 specialised cargo terminals. The port handles over 60 million tonnes of cargo per year. There is a Cruise ship terminal and an International Ferry terminal to Germany & Sweden here; this information is from Klaipeda Info Centre. A beautiful morning in Klaipeda, much cooler with a sea breeze blowing; their ...