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    Winter gardens are somewhat magical places you should really visit - it feels like a botanical paradise, an oasis from all the noise.

    You would not usually find me up until about 10 am, but today I feel super excited to work. Yes. And it is all due to a little vacation by the sea I recently had. We even got back day earlier than we initially planned to, but no worries, I was happy to catch up on some work, and felt a bit like a smooth criminal, telling everybody I was on vacation.
    So today is all about meeting, planning for the week (what is left of it at least, when you start your week on Wednesday), hell with the week – planning for the whole month, doing client work and feeling such a boss. What a little vacation can do to a person, right?
    But while I was by the sea, I really wanted to go to a winter garden in Kretinga. I can’t remember even being there before (though I am pretty sure I was) and it is a magical place. Truly, I was fascinated, and yet proud of my instinct of places to visit. We came there in the late evening, about an hour before closing time, and were the only visitors there, and felt a bit weird to be left out in this inside tropical paradise, so I took plenty of pictures, and couldn’t stop thinking about visiting this place during the winter to get my botanical paradise vibe back.

    Winter gardens are somewhat magical places you should really visit - it feels like a botanical paradise, an oasis from all the noise.

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    Augustina Glinskyte,

    2016 Nov 8