ohh.. is it a traditional party? i tried to listen the music but my wood friends were not really noisy..
oh.. what can i say about it..
first, in winter there's a lot of ice on the ground, so don't take a old grammy with you or she risks to break her legs ( a witch effect?!!).
second, it's a must to do in family or with friends, this is so surprising how human spirit can create so originals sculpture..
it's more than a entertainment park, just try to imagine how much time did it take to sclupt all that..
i laughed a lot, even if i was alone!! ;-)
i suppose it must be a good activity in summer.. in winter, i only saw some sailers who were trying to catch some fishes under the ice.. you can see one of them in the background of the photo ;-)
good luck for them.. i didn't try to go until them!! :)
Zuvis (simply named “Fish”) is a plain little roadside eatery with a great view of the Curonian lagoon and wonderful food. It is near the old ship moored near a dock opposite the Hill of Witches. Their specialties are smoked fish (rukytas karsis) and smoked eel (rukytas ungurys). A great place to enjoy great food and a couple of beers before you continue to Nida or Smiltyne.
Favorite Dish: The smoked fish is amazing!