S. Daukanto St. 21, Palanga, Lithuania | 4 star hotel
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As Free as the Wind Blows

A travel blog entry by alcatrav


... to the supermarket and buy supplies to eat in tonight. Cat said she actually fancied spaghetti and tomato sauce and strangely that was exactly what Ally was craving too! He said "Let's Kuching this!" (see blog "(53) Meeting the Cousins" on the South East Asia blog!). We ate whilst watching the French Open on TV and then some programme about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's engagement, appropriate as they wed on 25th May in Florence. Do we know too much about their lives? Yes, we think so ...

Cycling the Curonian Spit

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

... the furthest south town of the Lithuanian owned Curonian spit. When it came we put the bikes underneath. The price was more than expected at 24 litas, however we later realised that we had bought return fares! Once in Nida, an hour down the road, we had a quick trip to the supermarket Iki for a picnic. Next of course Cat went to the toilet and Ally helpfully went to queue at the tourist office for a map. When he finally reached the front of the queue he ...

Viva Espana!

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

Today we left our hostel Paupio Namai, renamed yesterday as Downtown Forest, and set off through the streets of Vilnius to the train station. Having noticed on our way to Trakai that there is now a train to Klaipeda, we thought we'd rejig our trip slightly which also simplified it. So, today we got said train from Vilnius to Klaipeda. Sadly it was not a double decker train but it did have large, comfy seats with adequate legroom. We had bought lunch ...

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.

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