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You can enjoy anything from delicious Italian and Asian dishes to the best beef at our Steakhouse.To ensure that your stay is complete, our all-inclusive hotel has three bars where you can enjoy all types of drinks and appetizers in different areas of the hotel.Nine new mobile speed camera devices have also been purchased.Compounding the problems of speeding and alcohol, very few Lithuanian adults wear seat belts.Furthermore, to ensure our guests enjoy their entire day, we have an activities program, with both day time and night time activities, in which our shows and live music are the big attractions.If you prefer to relax, the Renova Spa is the place for you.The Riu Reggae is a 5-star hotel in Montego Bay with more than 400 fully equipped rooms, offering its guests maximum comfort.Every room has free Wi-Fi, a minibar, air conditioning and satellite television, as well as many other services.
The problem is so serious that the Lithuanian Statistics Department has cited it as one of the root causes of Vilnius' 20 percent population discrepancy between men and women, and experts in all corners are blaming speeding and alcohol for the deaths of over 700 Lithuanians per year for the last five years.
That is why during your visit you must not miss out on the excursions to the northern part of the island where you will discover the region's treasures, such as Montego Bay and its Sum Fest reggae parties, Glistening Bay, where the plankton shimmers beneath the water's surface at night and the Cockpit Country area, or even enjoy a ride on horseback.
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Though encouraging, it's well short of the European Union's goal of halving the number of road deaths in the country. It is the mentality of our people to do that," he said.
Egidijus Skrodenis, head of the Traffic Safety Division at the Lithuanian Roads Administra-tion, said that although there have been changes to the law, it will still be an uphill battle to curb road deaths. There are those who agree that this is an ingrown problem.Rytis Vosylius, Chief Specialist of the Lithuanian Police Traffic Supervision Service, said that fewer people are dying because of the new measures.