Park Inn by Radisson Kaunas
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In the morning we took the 10 min. ferry across the Curonian lagoon we travelled down the Neringa spit a narrow piece of land formed on sand dunes. It is no more than one mile wide and 60 miles long, 30 of which belong to Lithuania and 30 to Russia. We stopped to visit the hill of witches a hill of wood sculptures with much histiry to the pagans. I …
appears, that in Eastern Europe you need 11 hours to drive 650 kilometers. Those crazy Polish roads, but I can't say much about it, I liked Poland a lot (: At least this time we were sitting on the back seat just two of us! yeaaah! Trip was awesome
... effort. I’m sure they both had headaches by the end of the night. We sure did.
The connections were fun to see. Nijole the younger described Lithuanians as oak trees: strong, hearty, and connected for 100 years and more.
Sadly, after a full night of learning, listening, and loving, it was time to retire, head to the 4th floor to do this blog, and head to bed for tomorrow’s trip to ...
... to herald the cake.
Jurgita and Deividas’ children were a true delight throughout the evening, even though Jeannette got the riled up and Jake got stabbed and shot with a stick. Their names were Gabija and Nojus.
After a full and fun day, we finally retired to the hotel. Tomorrow we are off to another day of touring and are looking forward to another great dinner with Barb’s family in the wine cellar of our ...
... chicken. All were delicious.
We are now gathering our thoughts on the rooftop sky terrace at Hotel Daguridus, looking out over the basketball courts of the neighboring Jezuitu Gimnazija and looking forward to sleep.
Tomorrow morning we are meeting Barb’s family for a tour of Old Town followed by dinner at their house. This will be our second time meeting with ...
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