Address: Vytauto gatve 43, Druskininkai, 66171, Lithuania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vytauto gatve 43, Druskininkai, is near Stalin World / Grutas Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Druskininkai

    Southern Lithuania

    A travel blog entry by jannettek on May 11, 2015

    23 photos

    ... For 200 years people have come here for water and mineral mud treatments. These days the as well as sanitaria there are businesses that offer fitness and beauty treatments. It is a lovely place, with the Nemanus River flowing through, and houses among pine forests.

    Checked into our very colourfully ...

    Stalin World!

    A travel blog entry by eyre on May 03, 2014

    32 photos

    ... outside the sleepy spa town Druskininkai, millionaire / snail salesman / ignobel peace prize winner Viliumas Malinauskas has founded this amazing Soviet art collection / zoo / play ground in his own back yard. Legend has it, he just likes them for their artistic value.

    I'll let the pictures speak for themselves...

    Day 1

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

    1 photo

    New piece of info:

    L'expression 'avoir du pain sur la planch' signifie la situation quand le personne a beaucoup de choses a faire (trop beaucoup de traveaux, de devoir a rendre).
    L'origine: Au 19e siecle le tribunal distribuait les rations du pain aux accuses. Mais pour s'acquitter ils devraient faire des longues peines be travaux. Intéressante, est-ce vrai?
    De ...

    The guide brochure

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

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    ... questions of the examinators):
    - read & work out the vocabulary & summarise ONE article each DAY
    (send some of them to H.-V. who kindly agreed to help me)
    - alter the topics every day
    (though i want to read only on ecological & cultural issues, on the exam there can be any article)
    - read every day ONE fact about French history and culture.
    - record every summary i write with my mp3-recorder ...

    Getting packed

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

    1 photo

    ... 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 ...