Haus Saltinelis

Address: NIda, Nida, Lithuania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on NIda, Nida, is near Kurische Nehrung.
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Travel Blogs from Nida

A travel day.....

A travel blog entry by doulint on Sep 30, 2015

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... 20 years and meet Kelsey in Klaipeda, Lithuania. Lots of deep conversations with so many nationalities on the board regarding the refugee crisis. So honored that we approved a recommendation to begin a satellite campus in Georgia teaching English to refugee young people who want to pursue higher education in Europe, and we will not be charging tuition. Back on Saturday with the drive back to Vilnius on Friday, early flight to Frankfurt and Rome and then ...


A travel blog entry by linda.g on Sep 22, 2015

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... about half way down just to see the Russian border post. There is a small Russian state, Kaliningrad, surrounded by Lithuania and Poland further south. Didn't know about this till we were looking at a map of the region. The spit is narrow and scenic. We had lunch in a lovely little town called Nida. After returning to the mainland, we had a quick walk around ...

Lithuania before London

A travel blog entry by aurelija on Sep 18, 2015

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We do not choose our family. Sometimes we wish we could because it can be demanding, controlling, overwhelming, annoying, but they are one and only that we will ever have. But mostly family is just loving. Pure unconditional love, that when you are not around for a long time, becomes too much to handle. They overjoy you with their attention, care, affection, gifts, suggestions, advice. Me and Michael got a full dose of my family during our trip to Lithuania in ...

What a Pleasant Surprise!

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Sep 17, 2015

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... of the EU and NATO.

Our local tour guide, who is also a high school English teacher, told us a sad story of life under Russian rule. As a school teacher she was forbidden to attend church for fear of losing her job or worse. She could not even be married in the church she grew up in. Religious holidays were not allowed. Christmas was simply another day. People had to quietly celebrate in their homes; church services were out of the question. We Americans tend to ...

Days 12/13 - Life behind the Iron Curtain

A travel blog entry by davo1764 on Aug 13, 2015

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... dog box that apparently serves as a ticket office. Here I find another non-English speaking lady who extracts 1.74 euro from me for a ticket – who was it that came up with that pricing! After returning the 400m back to the entrance the old girl waves me through and I find out that the museum is probably only worth 1.74 euro after all. There is no English translation and the exhibits are all a bit ho-hum.

Once back on the ship, I meet up ...

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