Hotel Fontaine Royal
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... and there is a great deal of renovation going on. I have been told, however, that there is an issue in getting workers for jobs such as building and retail. These are low paid, so these young workers are travelling to England, France, Sweden and America etc as they get more money over there! Lithuania is now getting workers from Belarus to fill these ...
I am so glad we are doing a lot of walking, as our family is very hospitable and the food is very, very good! Cabbage rolls, cold beetroot soup and a great deal of pastries and cake! So I really need to walk a lot! Skoudas is quite a large town near the Latvian border and there a large number of smaller villages scattered throughout the relatively flat landscape. Many people ride bikes around here and they do not have to contend with the hills we have in Perth. You ...
... we did go to Panama, a restaurant near the park, for dinner that night. We chose to walk there, but Vytaute was getting very concerned about the dark clouds and thunder and lightning heading our way. We made it to 20142the restaurant and were watching them set up to cook pancakes on an outside BBQ when the rain just pelted down! I don't think anyone was going to get those pancakes!!! But I would highly recommend this ...
... 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 ...