Park Inn By Radisson Vilnius
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 4-6 nights a week. The band only plays once a month here, so it was a big night. The club promotes the dancing and period dress and is a big social club.
It seems it's bad etiquette to dance less than 2 songs with a partner, and you must switch often. We were thinking of joining in, but they were too intimidating. So we found a seat in the balcony and watched the show. Later, they had a short dance contest and ...
... s currently the Artists' Palace where you can see gallery art. The streets leading to the square are lined with high-end boutiques and terraces.
National Opera and Ballet Theatre
St-Anne and St-Francis churches
Vilnius University library
... of riding each day to get around to Oslo. I messaged Jess about it and she said that it works out well if we meet in Oslo on the 23rd, so that's the new plan. With all that in mind, I looked up national parks to potentially camp in in Latvia and Estonia but it was quite difficult to find anything, and camping takes a lot of time which means I don't get enough time to see any sights if I'm blasting through as quick as I am. So on that basis I ...
... seems we are going to meet the boys other sister who lives with a family in another city. We were not sure if this was going to be. Possible but trusting that it will happen. We could have trouble sleeping tonight as it doesn't get dark till 11pm and it is light at 4:30am. We are actually within the Article Circle so being so close to the North Pole means that it stays light so much longer. Enjoy the photos of the boys brother and sister and ...
... at the end. Apart from that we wandered along the promenade, then had a look through the old town. First stop in Latvia was Gauja National Park and we based ourselves in the sleepy town of Sigulda, which is the gateway to the park. The area is full of medieval castles, caves and hiking trails. It was good to be off the flat and into more interesting terrain and we enjoyed many walks in the area. Peter also spent a couple ...