Karolina Hotel & Conference Centre
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... It was certainly an interesting experience.
After a cool, refreshing shower (these 35C days leave one feeling awfully dirty and sweaty by the end of the day!), we wandered back into the Old Town where we chose an inexpensive outdoor restaurant (there were hundreds to choose from!), and dined on traditional Polish food - tasty dumplings for me and pork for Michael. By the time we got back to the hotel, it was already well after 10 - and we were - you guessed it - exhausted!!!
... A lot of the information I skimmed over yesterday at the museum was covered by her while visiting Trakai Castle museum.
Here are a few images so you can visualize Trakai Castle:
I crossed 2 bridges to get there
The museum - interior ...
... has the right to look after a dog till one or the other dies. A dog has the right to be a dog. A cat is not obliged to love its master, but it must help him in difficult times. Everyone has the right to sometimes be unaware of his duties. Everyone has the right to be in doubt, but this is not a duty. Everyone has the right to be happy. Everyone has the right to be unhappy. Everyone has the right to be silent. Everyone has the right to have ...
... what happened to the front desk lady and she told me that there were buses that ran from Vilnius to Riga throughout the day so I could easily find one so she went to a website and we figured everything out and we booked another bus ticket and left from the bus station and not from a bus stop and then she called a taxi for me and then I was off again. I was so thankful for all of her help! The exciting part was that in the taxi, I understood ...
... whole world is familiar. (True!)
That evening we went with Arnie and Kathy Schulberg, West Virginia and Ron and Merri Millman, New Jersey, to a restaurant called Bistro 18. It was a very nice and reasonable restaurant, and we had a great time. Ron was a wine enthusiast, so it led to some very interesting ...