Park Inn by Radisson Kaunas
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Decided to have a change from public transport and rent a car to see what's outside of the city. John fancied a drive in a little Fiat 500- tho' think he later regretted this decision, lol. We have been surprised how flat the country is, with some small farms but little going on. We stopped so I could photograph a delapidated, desolate wooden house and was shocked when a young chap suddenly appeared from the house, ...
... I was staying in Warsaw. The following morning I had a flight home. Gloucester City had drawn Forest Green in the FA cup, an unmissable match which I had to return for! I spent the day wandering the Old town and also taking a closer look at the national stadium, surly one of few stadiums that gets less impressive the closer you get!
Although I was going home, my trip wasn't over. I would be flying back out to Poland and would then visit Germany, ...
... salmon fillet salad.
How each of these were 5.50 Euro, I will never know.
The lights were low, lasers played patterns across all surfaces, the fog machine produced bursts of fog all the while accompanied with loud Buddha bar music.
Yes Buddha bar. Not Jazz.
Accompanied with this very atmospheric place was also a TV with first hockey and then basketball showing.
I know, we didn't get it either.
Hiding in the corner with a perfect ...
... We then entered the museum, which had exhibits from all of warfare, including a North American tomahawk and sparse English commentary. The hall of kings was impressive. The exhibit featuring a downed transatlantic flight from 1933 was especially captivating as it is also being featured at the Balzekas museum in Chicago.
Then it was time for a funicular ride to visit a church that (surprise) was turned into a radio factory by ...
... made over a medicinal beverage known as 999 (9x3=27 herbs) and Nijole kept the drinks flowing. She reminded Barb a lot of her grandmother, who came to the U.S. from this area in 1913. Barbara was given rue, the symbol of Lithuania, an aromatic shrub that is a major aspect of life events in Lithuanian culture. A special cake was prepared known as sakotis and it was very tasty. Then, in came Nijole's daughter, with bags ...