Akvile

Lotmiskio gatve 21-2 , Nida, Lithuania | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Lotmiskio gatve 21-2 , Nida, is near Kurische Nehrung.
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Travel Blogs from Nida

Klaipeda day 1

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 11, 2014

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AM- Wow, woke up to thunder & pouring rain this morning, that should drop the temperature a bit. Tomas says this has been the hottest summer for more than 25 years. Shops, particularly in the Old Town areas, do not have air conditioning and can't cope with hot weather. Tomas headed off for a medical in Klaipeda then his first day at the timber mill in Prusaliai as a fitter, it's 60 kms away! But they are moving out to Kartena shortly and into ...

Trakai & a train.

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 10, 2014

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AM - Today's excursion was to Trakai, a red brick and stone castle on an island in a beautiful lake with surrounding forests. Trakai was where the Karaite people from Crimea settled when brought to Lithuania by Grand Duke Vytatas. There are only a few Karaite people left in Lithuania now. We met Giedre's friend there but firstly had a look at the remains of another very old castle where fairs & other events are now held. Down to the lakes ...

The Curonian Spit

A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jul 17, 2014

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A great day with a local tour guide showing us the very interesting and natural sandy peninsula. Dune walking and fish soup eating. Turns out that Lithuanians were one of the last groups to be converted to christianity so their pagan beliefs are still going strong. We went to Witches hill where artists have carved all these creepy statues of tree gods and origin stories etc. ...

Heading to Riga

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 16, 2014

... used used as an underground Russian missile base with rockets pointed towards NATO countries. We then had lunch at a roadhouse to spend the last of our Liti and visited the very significant Hill of Crosses which has significance for Lithuanian independence and resistance. Some crosses are for religious and personal reasons - personal shrines .While Lithuania is more Catholic, Latvia and Estonia are more Lutheran. The roads around the Lithuanian Lativian border are poor but ...

Klaipeda

A travel blog entry by radiationboy on Jun 11, 2014

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Lithuania became known to me when the former Soviet Union collapsed. I always have a feeling that it is a very communist-looking country. Decades after their independence, now, to my surprise, it is still a very communist-looking country. At least in Klaipeda.

It was a gloomy day. The streets were pretty empty. We walked to the main square. There were a few stalls sparsely setup, selling amber mostly. We tried ...

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