Kretingos 54, Palanga, Lithuania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Palanga

Wet spit and forest

A travel blog entry by zerah

... tricked. That's mythology for you...
We had a quick bus trip back to the ferry, and although I strained my eyes the whole time I didn't see a single fraking moose.
Dinner was lovely, we had pork and cider (of coarse) in the only restaurant that didn't have a tv. The semifinal of basketball was on and every other pub was booked solid. We caught the last of the game and watched the Lithuanians go nuts because they won!! Hahaha.
I hate being ...


A travel blog entry by mek1


... on the street.

We then went to Palanga which is a resort town just outside of Klaipeda which consists of large parks and an amber museum. It was a beautiful walk on a beautiful day. there were lakes and streams everywhere and beautiful flower gardens. It started to rain just as we finished our exploration of the park so we returned to the ship.

Ferry across the ?????

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad


Got up this morning to a very overcast day, fortunately it didn't rain at all. headed off to cover the 200 miles to Kliepeda, this town is on the coast and it's claim to fame is that is where the Curonian spit starts and runs for 40 miles south to Russia, well Kaliningrad anyway... pit

Trust me that's all it has going for it...

Once ...

We make it back again!

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


... again on the hour for 15 minutes. We need to unpack all our gear from our panniers so that we can return our hired bicycles.

Marianne has located a nice floating restaurant on the riverbank where we dine for the evening. Even though the weather has been very warm all day, the night cools down very quickly and we are not able to linger to long after dinner. We are all very pleased with our accomplishments for the week and celebrate ...

In search of gem stones

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


Our plan for a relaxing breakfast is disrupted as we are informed that the tour guide is waiting for us at reception to share some information about our planned bike rides with us. She has additional maps and some local knowledge which is quite helpful. We conclude our breakfast before making decisions as to what to take along with us for our first real day of riding.

The bike paths are well marked, but we are already familiar with 'route 10', as it is ...


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