Embassy Hotel Balatonas
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... because that's where the excavated ruins are.
The museum continues on 3 other floors and I knew I wouldn't have time to carefully appreciate everything so I did what I dread and I skimmed through it all.
The ceremonial halls are reconstructed to demonstrate the ...
... They actually called it a Genocide Museum. Horrible! Between the Nazis and the Soviets, it is a wonder there are any Lithuanians left! After that we drove about an hour out of the city to the Trakai castle and lunch. The castle was lovely, but we had more rain. My shower back at the hotel felt really good. We dined at the hotel restaurant with our favorite waiter ...
... Simply a stunner..She fried up the burgers and bun with love adding a selection of salads. This lady could do no wrong, even pouring a litre of tomato sauce into the burger, was excused and we just went on to drink our burgers in the rain. Dan had researched a parkland that housed statues that were torn down at the end of the communistic reign across Eastern Europe. It was worth a look and was on the way to Vilnius, although off the beaten track. The park was strange. It was a meld ...
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... and the man right next to me was from Georgia and the policeman looked at his visa for a good five minutes and I was getting nervous for him! Luckily, he was clear and then we proceeded on to Riga.
When we arrived in Riga, I just wanted to try and find Liva as soon as possible and after several minutes of walking around the station, we found each other and luckily for both of us, we were having off days so it worked out for both of us!!!!