Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva
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Up early this morning as we had to pack and get to the ferry docks for our 9:30am Superfast ferry to Tallinn, Estonia.
We arrived 2 hours later and drove to our hotel. Fortunately our room was ready so we settled in before we started our walk into the old city. We didn't get very far as we ended up walking up and down …
After a city tour on the bus we walked around the old town & visited the University. The architecture is Baroque style & different to the other Baltic States. We then ventured out to Trakai Castle on the lake. We thought we would go by boat, however we could walk over a bridge!. We had the local Kibinai for lunch & explored the castle …
We visited Rundale Castle, Latvia on the way to Vilnius, Lithuania. Our other stop was the Hill of Crosses. We then ventured out on our own to the old town across the white bridge. We had dinner & drinks on the terrace at Zoe's, it was a lovely evening & the local meatballs, mash, pickles & ligonberries were delish!.
... to show how people used to live.
We only saw a small number of them but we had a very good local guide who made it interesting. It was warm and sunny in the woods - idyllic.
We went on to have a three course traditional Latvian dinner which was delicious. I have to learn how to make that soup...
While we ate we hadn't noticed that it had been raining but it had stopped by the time we emerged from the traditional building. Back at ...
... responsible for the Twin Tower bombings. These types of conversations always intrigue me, because it's like I have to give off an impression of all Americans. But in the end, he told me that although he doesn't say it often, he believed me to be not only a smart woman, but a smart American. We went out with a large group to another bar, but I was mostly upset with myself for damaging the phone my boss had given me on the walk there. The bar was small, as most are here, but packed ...