S. Daukanto St. 21, Palanga, Lithuania | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Palanga

Wet spit and forest

A travel blog entry by zerah

... forest to the port, more lovely little buildings with wind dials made by families to show the colours of home and represent what home means; family members and warmth. The wind dials use to be on the old boats but now sit in the parks or outside homes.
I packed a lunch from breakfast so ate it with Katrina on the esplanade looking out over the gloomy weather settled in over the lagoon. We went for a wander of the town while everyone else had lunch ...


A travel blog entry by mek1



Today we arrived in Klaipeda Lithuania, which is the third largest town in Lithuania. Having said that, it is very small. The population of Lithuania has been steadily falling until now it is just under 3 million for the whole country and 1.5 million of those live in Vilnius. We first walked around the old town which ...

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


... to 25 Km to Smiltyne, where we plan to take some time out on the beach for a swim. This is a relatively easy challenge and we arrive without any difficulties. The beach is not so crowded as at Nida, nor are the waves quite so rough. It's nice to be able to sit quietly for a while and reflect in these natural surroundings. We imagine that Erich would have undoubtedly spent some time at this same beach, where the local kiosk was known as the 'Sand ...

In search of gem stones

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


... is so famished from this first leg of our ride that he cannot proceed without some substantial sustenance. The fruit and nut trail mix that his mother has brought along just won't satisfy his hunger, so we find an outdoor restaurant that serves us a late lunch.

To find the locate of the Amber Museum we need to make our way to the tourist information centre first. We are informed we will find it inside the palace within the gardens of Palanga. It is ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on S. Daukanto St. 21, Palanga, is near Palanga Amber Museum.
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