Alexa Old Town Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... The food was delicious, but I probably ate too much!
The drizzle didn't let up until after we'd wandered through the Town Hall Square (very impressive by night) and almost arrived back at our hotel.
I hand-washed a few clothes (including some of Michael's socks and undies - he hasn't bothered washing anything up until now, and so I insisted they should be freshened up!), and then it was off to bed.
... on my **** and elbows. The snow ball however only went about two metre's away from me. I was in agony for hours. I tried to laugh it off, but I was in a lot of pain. As we got to the other side we paid our ticket fair to enter the castle. I was very impressed with the first impression. It kind of looked better than the pictures I saw on the internet. We entered the main castle where we saw a nice presented church as well as a museum on the floor above. The museum was pretty ...
... strongly suggested that one considers his/her health status before going up the tower. The view got better the higher I reached within the tower and the closer I got to the bells. The city seemed much closer at that height. Just as I was about to take my first careful step down, the bell rang and startled me!
I made my way towards the now familiar ...
... where we planned to meet everyone. On the way we heard military music near the President's Palace and stopped to watch a ceremony of the changing of the flags. The three flags at the front of the Palace represent Lithuania, European Union and NATO. A troop from each of the three armed forces came and ceremoniously changed the flags. When we told everyone at lunch what we had seen, no-one else had ever managed to see it! After lunch we went to the ...
... and The Grand Dukes Palace and Tower was the location of the amazing week long folk festival that dancers and singers from all over Eastern Europe came to perform. In and out of the rain, we were lucky to catch many of the performances and view the wonderful costumes of the ethnic groups that participated.