Europa City Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Fitness/Health center
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... and the results are amazing. Thank god for Miss. Marta translating some of the stories for me and Aaron as we might not have appreciated just how strange they were. One for example: 'My great grandad is dead, you won't be see him again! If you promise to laugh just the once, I'll take you to my house, it can fit 17 people' Incredible. We were discussing that I would love to see what he is doing in 20 years. He would give speeches to the other children from the top of ...
... by beautiful, decorative buildings. It looked to me how I imagine Italy to look, but with less tourists! After our last two campsites being situated in car parks, we decided to head out of town and try to find something on the way to Poland. Unfortunately the GPS has hardly any information about Lithuania so we couldn't enter and address or coordinates which left us to find the campsite the old fashioned way, with ...
... s voice. Much to my amazement, it was DARIUS from Neringa! This man was everything my musical Lithuanian childhood was given, not to mention plenty of laughs. I had not seen him in over 7 years, so I rushed to the front of the stage. He recognized me and shouted HEY in the midst of a song, and I then got even more excited (please see video clip on Facebook). I waited for him to step off stage for a few minutes and ran over. We hugged, ...
... where I booked my bus and bought some stamps. I then headed back to the hostel to grab my bag before heading to the bus station where after a short wait, I got my bus. It didn't have tvs like the last one did unfortunatley, but it still had wifi and it did have extra comfy seats with a leg rest that came out of the seat. The bus ride took about 4 ...
... about to occur, into the area of the Church of St Francis and Bernardand. There was a some kind of religious service in session; so, I only enjoyed the lovely Gothic ensemble of the monastery that was in a building attached, before heading over to the nearby "Artists’ Colony." Outside the monastery there was a dude of about 80 years old, selling post cards. He asked me if I wanted one and I said no, but then he challenged me by saying that if he could tell ...