Kerpe Hotel

Vytauto 76, Palanga, 4700, Lithuania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Palanga

Wet spit and forest

A travel blog entry by zerah

... pub, I think we had the better deal. After lunch we went to the Amber Museum where I bought a lovely green pendant, which goes great with my earrings.
The bus then took us to Witch Hill, Raganu Kalnas, where we hiked through the forest to visit all sorts of pagan and mythological sculptures beautifully rendered and spread out. The 'devils' get so much flack here and the women get all the praise, so! one sided. And the witches are either tricksters or ...


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


... We have now completed a round trip on our bikes over the last week, to try and gain an insight into what it must have been like for Erich and also for Volker's parents, who also originate from this region.

It is only a few kilometres tot he other side of the Spit where we pick up the ferry to transport us across the inlet back to Klaipeda. If we hurry back to our hotel room at 'The Old Mill ' we will make it across the turn bridge before ...

In search of gem stones

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


... the route, where we can look out over a lagoon. Cormorants and ducks are aplenty and there are even a few swans. Further down the track we catch sight of a stork.

We arrive in Palanga after midday, and the tourists have found the beach. By the time we arrive there are thousands of people on the beach as far as the eye can see. It is sufficient that we just walk a small stretch along the pier and observe the swimmers - it is Sunday after all.


This hotel, located on Vytauto 76, Palanga, is near Palanga Amber Museum.
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