Hotel Fontaine Royal
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At the moment, we are visiting family around Skoudas. I am very touched by how excited they are to meet us and welcome us to their homes. It is good to see that the lives of all the families have improved significantly since our last visit, but I did not realise how bad Lithuania was hit during the GFC. With the assistance of European Union money, things are ...
... everywhere. They build their nest on top of electricity poles and water towers, anywhere that is high up. Today in the park, we were finally able to get a photo of one of the birds in the nest! Then, on our way to visit another relative, we drove through a village called Saulekai where they had the storks in their nests on virtually every post in the road! I have since been told that they are protected and have now become a pest, eating native birds and even young ...
20 July 2014 Sunday was still in Vilnius with Vytaute. We had a leisurely morning, then went for a walk in the forest which is very close to the centre of Vilnius. It is by the river and quite a few of the Embassies are also here. I enjoyed walking under the trees, but it is surprising how dense the forest actually is. It was also lovely to see how many families also come to enjoy a beautiful day. We made today a bit of a rest ...
... br> "I don't know!"
"But what kind of music do they play? What's their genre or style..?"
"I don't know!"
"Are they like the Latvian Justin Bieber..? Or rather Justin Timberlake? Or Michael Jackson? Or Nirvana?"
"Nu.. maybe more like Justin Bieber..?"
*15 minutes later*
"This is ab-so-lute-ly nothing like Justin Bieber!!!!"
"It is nice though!"
I was quite surprised to find that almost every single ...
... to visit. Once at the hostel the owner was also very helpful; he gave us another map and even recommended somewhere for dinner which serves a particularly good version of a local dish. Once quickly settled in we went on the Musical Walking Tour around the town which is very easy as you just follow the metal quavers which go along the pavements. This took us past everything that we wanted to visit; first to St Joseph's church which was lovely and ornate, then to ...