Albina Sturiene Fischerhaus

Pamario g. 21-1 , Nida, 5872, Lithuania | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on Pamario g. 21-1 , 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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... a good first day, he knows several of the workmen there, they live in Kartena where he is restoring the house. Tomas rang his father Antanas who lives on a farm at Plauskiniai and we will visit either on Friday or Saturday. And, apparently Henry (Stoncius) lived on a farm at Sidabravas near Panevezys before he came to Australia. The farm photos in the Stoncius book are from here. PS Kate we have a map of Lithuania with all the above mentioned towns on ...

Trakai & a train.

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 10, 2014

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... at 10:22, also right on schedule and Tomas was there to meet us & take us back to his apartment. Here we met Monica and Henris for the first time! Well, didn't meet Henris till he woke up, after we had supper with Tomas & Monica. Talked for ages and Tomas brought out lots of photos of his dad, grandmother, great grandmother and other people. We have a few of Lana's relatives to catch up with here, so will see what the next few days ...

The Curonian Spit

A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jul 17, 2014

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... a little bit of Russia at the end of the Spit. Very bizarre that it is there. Needless to say people in Lithuania are on edge these days. But the stress is probably higher in Latvia and Estonia where there are way more ethnic Russians. Noone wants to speak Russian or talk about Russia right now. Of course I took a little time at the end of the day to stick my feet in the ...

Heading to Riga

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 16, 2014

Today we leave Lithuania after touring the town of Klaipeda. The town tour is brief but there is some interesting history about a demolished church bring rebuilt and a statue in the city square that Hitler had removed when he addressed the populace. This area had been occupied by Teutonic Knights, Prussian traders and Russians before reverting to Lithuanian rule. The bus took us east and then north through rural countryside to a national park with an attractive lake. This area ...

Klaipeda

A travel blog entry by radiationboy on Jun 11, 2014

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... Well, more precisely, the basement of the Castle. There were some coins, some potteries. 5 minutes it was done. Outside, there was an exhibit of stones.

So apparently we came 100 years too late. The Castle had already been destroyed. All we could see were the basement and the stone remnants. It should actually be called “The Destroyed Castle Museum”.

Back on the ship we had a lazy ...

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