Haus Jouzas Namas

Nida,Lithuania, Nida, Lithuania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nida

Wet spit and forest

A travel blog entry by zerah

... after a quick orientation of the town and learning that Thank-you in Lithuanian is "Achou" we had dinner at Fredricho Pasazas. I had a potato dish known as a zeppelin, which just mean you get two skinned potatoes within some type of pork mince in the middle covered in butter and sours cream sauce... And that's it, I tell ya I was wishing for something green at the end of it.
That day of sightseeing with Valentina has given me another head cold, ...


A travel blog entry by mek1


... small. Having burned down twice and then almost being leveled during WWII, there is not much town left. The history of Lithuania is one of repeated domination by other countries, Germany, Prussia, Sweden, Soviet Russia and finally independence in 1991. The old town is very charming. It was a beautiful cool day to walk and since it was Sunday, we were the ...

Ferry across the ?????

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad


... a short trip across but was the followed by 20 kms of gravel roads....and if there's one thing I hate more than cobbles it's gravel....

Stopped at a road side picnic spot for lunch, all very pleasant.....

Arrived in Kliepeda without any issues, found the guest house which appears to be the bottom floor in a council tower block....may have to put the lock on the bike tonight.....

We make it back again!

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


... and it is not difficult to find the #10 bike route again.

We are pleasantly surprised to find the path is indeed asphalted and very easy to negotiate. The path is shady and cool, but interspersed with sunny spots. For the entire route today we have the lagoon on our right and the Baltic Sea on our left. Sometimes the track takes us to the lagoon side and at the times we hug the shoreline of the Baltic Sea. The dunes are protected by ...

Beaches just like at home

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


... for the evening. These two tasks take us to the southern edge of the town. The Russian border is only a few kilometres south of here.

The Curonian Spit and Lagoon is an area well known for its fishing industry. The protected harbour is ideal for small fishing operators and the local villages consist of many traditional houses. Their tradition also involves hanging out sign posts at the ...


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