Park Inn by Radisson Klaipeda
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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So think planes, trains, and automobiles! Fast train to Rome, flight to Frankfurt, flight to Vilnius (Lithuania) and then 3 hour drive to Klaipeda, executive committee meeting, dinner with Carole and the day ended! Not much in terms of fun for the next three days. I am busy with board meetings and Carole is hanging out with students and believe it or not a residence director who grew up in the house next door to us in San Dimas! We have known their family ...
We drove to Klaipeda this morning. It was just an overnight stop on the way to Riga. We arrived just after lunch, checked into the Old Mill Hotel which was right down on the dockside, then took a short ferry ride across the channel to the Curonian Spit. During the height of summer, this area is a very popular holiday location with Latvians, Lithuanians and Russians. ...
... though, I went a week early alone to get my fill of aunts/uncles/long vodka nights and pay the dues to visit with anyone, it seems like it was not enough. As soon as Michael arrived we got talked into staying with my mom, and I agreed. Mostly because I felt bad about showing them I moved on from communal way of living where we share whatever little we have. Also, because my mom is taking care of lonely grandpa and wanted to spend as much time as possible together. We ...
... when our tour guide told us that the people prefer to live in single family housing with a yard for fruit trees, flowers and vegetables. I was even more shocked when we drove past subdivisions featuring these types of houses. We could have been in any suburban area in the USA. The houses were mostly two story and fairly large with decent yards. I was totally surprised.
We drove to the nearby seaside resort town of Palanga, population 20,000, to see a public park and ...
... area marked off for the festival. The water is murky and full of large unseen rocks and slippery sea grass making a wade out to deep enough waters to submerge quite treacherous. I guess a walk to the showers will be in order tomorrow- but I'm here now- best to get in and out as painless as possible.
As evening rolls in the music starts and I prepare for the festivities. It feels like I am the only foreigner at this festival. I haven't heard any English spoken except ...