Dalija hotel

Address: Laisves sq. 21, Druskininkai, Lithuania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Laisves sq. 21, Druskininkai, is near Stalin World / Grutas Park.
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        Southern Lithuania

        A travel blog entry by jannettek on May 11, 2015

        23 photos

        ... something as we hadn't had lunch and it was 4.30pm, so we stopped at a nearby Armenian restaurant where I had very good chicken soup and Bob had the local Spicy Beef Soup. And spicy it was. But just what we needed.

        So then to our stop for the night. This town is known as a spa town, and as we enter it the signs ...

        Stalin World!

        A travel blog entry by eyre on May 03, 2014

        32 photos

        All the way down South in Lithuania there is a magical place, where the Berlin Wall still exists, where you can hear Russian march songs are playing from wooden security posts, and order Ruskij chai with a single cube of sugar and a musty cookie.

        Welcome to Grūto Parkas, a.k.a. Stalin World!

        Just ...

        Day 1

        A travel blog entry by k.v on Aug 21, 2013

        1 photo

        ... mistakes & rewrote one summary, read two articles with the vocab)
        3) + (translated a history brochure for the Grodno Pulic library into english, pretty boring)
        4) -
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        6) -

        Also finished reading the detective story. How could the author kill my favourite Erast Fandorine?! He must be alive anyway in the next book.

        Not a bad start.


        The guide brochure

        A travel blog entry by k.v on Aug 21, 2013

        1 photo

        ... french and get the B2-level at the exam next year:
        *** There're no courses in Minsk to prepare for that french exam, though i've found out recently about the Franco-Belorussian Center in the embassy. They organise classes IN french (economy, political studies, ect.). It's not easy to get there, though.
        a) pass the entrance exam at the embassy (it is oral: one is to read a french newspaper article, summarise it and retell, ...

        Getting packed

        A travel blog entry by k.v on Aug 20, 2013

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        ... pluses of a holliday is that you can read whatever you want:). It's supposed to be a japanese style of writing a poetic diary. I happened to lack a poetic talent, so i'm just using it as a good way to organise my notes.
        It's very logic. All you need is to devide your story into tree parts, not mixing them together.
        In "the tree" part you need you to write some new information you got during the day. Any news website, thesaurus book will come in handy. Just ...