Kintai Resort (UAB "Kintai")
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... there and catch the bus back. Sounded like a good plan to me.
I found the bike rental stand down on the promenade. At first the guy wasn't going to let me drop the bike off at Juodkrante because their bike stand there had closed for the season. But then 3 German girls rocked up wanting to do the same thing. So he let them, and consequently me, leave the bike locked up at the bus station at Juodkrante, leave the key under the tire and they would pick ...
... decided to walk to the Baltic Sea on the western edge. The walk was through some very nice pine forest but closer to the sea the pines were interspersed with oak and birch. The Spit used to have a heavy timber industry that in years past, earned the area the name of the "Sahara of Lithuania". Thankfully it is now a national park and serious re-vegetation efforts have preserved a lot of the ecosystem.
I reached the ...
... the ponds functioned as an alternate water supply, or were for recreation. But he said lots of people in this area have saunas (not as hot as in Scandinavia) and like to jump into cold water after a "schvitz" (my word, not his.)
We saw a windmill farm, and were told that Lithuania gets about 20-percent of its energy from wind, and hopes to increase that amount in the coming years, since it relies on Russia for what it cannot produce ...
AM - Well this has been a very quiet day for us all, except for Henris occasional yells. Went with Tomas and Monika (without Henris) to the Evangelical Lutheran church this morning, hmmm, prefer the Catholic Church as the sermon is shorter. PM - Then we had brunch at a restaurant followed by a walk in ...
... from their home gardens? Probably selling this to people who live in the apartments who don't have any gardens. The shops are set up differently to Australia, all sports shops are side by side, all men's wear shops together, all women's clothing shops side by side, toy shops etc They do have free WiFi in there and lots of people take advantage of this including us! PM - We decided to have lunch at a buffet restaurant, the only trouble was trying to decipher what the dishes ...