Hotel Gamanta

Plytu 7, Palanga, LT-00132 , Lithuania | 4 star hotel
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Sand Dunes and Raymond's finger

A travel blog entry by richkate


... to rest or breed there. The largest town on the Spit is called Nida and this is where we went for lunch. All I. All today was relaxing looking at the sights, playing at the beach and doing lots of eating! Tomorrow we return to Vilnius but on the way we will go to the boys birth town. Jonava is a little town north of Kaunas and we will also visit the orphanage that the boys spent 3 1/2 of their lives. A bit of travelling to do so this blog is short so we can all go to bed ...

Day 3 Lithuania - Hill of Crosses

A travel blog entry by richkate


Today we travelled most of the day ending in Klaipeda which is on the East coast overlooking the Baltic Sea. The family we are staying with, the grand parents live here. On the way we visited the Hill of Crosses which is a very famous landmark here in Vilnius. The city of Siauliai was founded in 1236 and occupied by Teutonic Knights during the 14th century. The tradition of placing crosses dates from this period and probably ...

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

... at a bench to have our picnic. Ally enjoyed the sausage he had bought after a local recommended it when she saw him holding a different one. We also had some cheese and garlic bread and it was very jolly! The clouds were starting to come in a bit and the wind was also picking up so we put our jackets on to keep warm. After a while more of slow cycling we decided to push for 10km until we reached the rarest part of the spit, the dead dunes. These are ...

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 ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on Plytu 7, Palanga, is near Palanga Amber Museum.
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