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... sounds. I find it very relaxing. It's also surprising how much sound echoes in a pine forest. After Preila, the track stuck close to the coast for a while and a little side track took me to the shore, right near a colony of cormorants. There were hundreds of the black birds in the trees by the waterline. The Spit is known for it's birdwatching. It looked like a birdwatching platform was being built there, or at least the foundations for one had been ...
... a very small town, geared towards the hordes of tourists the Spit attracts in the summer months. I'm really at tail end of the season, so a lot of places didn't seem to be open. Although there did seem to be a lot of tourists still around (at least to me). After a visit to the rather ironically named tourist information centre, I found a place to grab a coffee. Nida is located on the lagoon side of the Spit, so after the ...
After driving for about an hour-and-a-half, we arrived at the Zemaitija National Park in the Plokstine Forest. Surely you’ve heard of it.
We had a chance to take a few photos of Plateliai Lake, which was quite picturesque and unbelievably quiet. Other than a man walking his dog, we were the only people in sight.
And then, it was on to the missile base.
The final five miles were dirt road, although ...
... here in Klaipeda! This park is full of sculptures done from 1984 to 1986 by various artists, it was formerly a cemetery but was demolished by the Russians. It started to rain again so we had to leave and head back home. Quiet afternoon but we did a little shopping, stocking up for the bus ride to Vilnius ...
Klaipedia is the third largest city in Lithuania and is the only major sea port. Klaipedia was founded in 1252 and is also the oldest city in Lithuania. Population is 150,000 and Klaipedia stretches from North to South over a length of 16 km with only 3 streets running north to south. The rest run east to west. Over the years it has been occupied by firstly Germans then Swedes, Germans, French, Lithuanians, Germans and ...