Radisson Blu Hotel Lietuva
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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!.
... also used as a Russian naval base, unbeknown to the Lithuanians, with a massive man made made canal to harbour their subs.
The hotel we stayed was something you needed to see to believe - everything gaudy with gilt spray with strange knick knacks and statues a little like an orphanage for unwanted object d'art so that it appears that everyone and everything is contained in a Rennaisance painting.
From Liepaja we headed inland ...
... city wall. The city burned several times in its early history as buildings were made of wood and then during WWII several places did get bombed but it wasn't razed to the ground like some of the other old towns like Dresden or even Minsk. In the Old Town there are some Soviet style buildings where are now also under UNESCO heritage just because they got built ...
Vilnius was the first big city in the Baltic states we visited (and till Tartu, some 500 km up north, the only one worth mentioning) and it was one of the first highlights as well.
Very well preserved, lots of baroque houses and churches, a slightly chaotic maze of small streets and court yards, lots of pubs, a charming river, and of course some shopping malls and a bicycle ...