Ratonda Centrum Hotels
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... filled with 5 women pulled up as we got in line. We had no idea what was inside. We paid our $6 US cover and checked coats and went upstairs to what could be described as a speakeasy. Swing Jazz was playing (one of the few jazz genres I really like) and when we opened the door, we were met with about 30 couples in American period dress from the 30's Lindy Hopping to a live jazz band. Mesmerizing. We were stunned. It was if ...
... tell you below at Gedimina Castle)
Town Hall Square.
Original structure dates back to 1503 while the present Classical structure was built at the end of the 18th century. It housed a theatre until 1924 then a museum and until the reestablishment of independence it served as the Lithuanian Art ...
... full. I asked if I could just take a photo of the castle, he said "2 minutes", so I ran across the road in full motorcycle gear and helmet and got my photo. I then made my way towards the hostel I'd booked, "Downtown Forest", and in doing so I popped out in front of the front and the rain immediately stopped. I even saw the sky! By now I was so wet that when I pulled up at a red light in Vilnius, my jacket and pants were dripping water into a little ...
... the family back to their house which was a 40min drive. However where we are staying is so beautiful and amazing. It is a village of only about 30 people and you travel through the forest before coming to their house. I can't really explain how it is. It's a bit late tonight so I will post photos of the house and surrounding area tomorrow. Tomorrow we are going to go dog sledging - not sure how that occurs in summer but we will find out. ...
... are several smaller craters close by. From Saaremaa we headed into Latvia, with a few hours in Parnu along the way. Parnu is a beach resort and not really our scene, but Peter managed to take us down through the sand dunes so we arrived in the middle of the nudist beach! We both felt distinctly overdressed. There are two rock breakwaters stretching 2km from the river mouth out to sea and it's possible to walk to ...