Vanagupe Hotel Conference and SPA Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... the countries I was visiting (Lithuanian, Latvia, Cyprus (greek part)), which I thought was pretty reasonable. Be careful though, if I had used my mobile in the Turkish part of Cyprus (Not part of the EU) then it would have been 8 pounds per megabyte! So I went with it and used data on my phone abroad for the first time, this was a game changer as I was able to use google maps to find my way ...
... said it was fully paved when the site was in operation. The European Union is in the process of allocating funds so the national park can put in a better road.
The Soviets built it starting in 1960. It was completely shielded by a dense forest, and the people living nearby had no idea what was going on. There were guards, so everyone knew it was a military installation. But no one suspected that a complete missile base was being ...
... here in Klaipeda! This park is full of sculptures done from 1984 to 1986 by various artists, it was formerly a cemetery but was demolished by the Russians. It started to rain again so we had to leave and head back home. Quiet afternoon but we did a little shopping, stocking up for the bus ride to Vilnius ...
... her. Daiva is a designer and had designed the gifts. Luckily Tomas acted as interpreter for us as neither Emmanuelis nor Daiva speak English and we have no Lithuanian! PM - Then we all went for lunch and coffee at a Lithuanian restaurant followed by a walk around the restaurants park area. But it rained hard several times during our walk and finally we had to say goodbye, Emmanuelis and Lana agreed to keep in touch using the Google ...
AM - Well it had to happen, pouring rain this morning but we walked through it to the Akropolis Shopping Centre which is only 2.5 kms away. Spent all day there, walking round and round viewing all the shops and cafés and perfumeries (separate from chemist) and watching some ice skaters in the centre rink. The shops were all on the ground floor with cinemas on the second floor. On the way there are some small groups of older people with little stalls selling fruit, vegetables and ...