Kungis Samogis

Vytauto 164, Palanga, 151, Lithuania | Hotel
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Sand Dunes and Raymond's finger

A travel blog entry by richkate

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Start this blog with the news that Raymond split ( squashed) his finger in a playground accident today. He is ok but his finger is a little worst for wear. We will try and take him to a doctor tomorrow. It would be cool if Room 3 could remember him in their prayers. Other than that we have a good day with our Lithuanian family. We travelled on the car ferry to the Curonian Spit The Curonian Spit stretches from the Sambian Peninsula on the south to its northern tip next to ...

Day 3 Lithuania - Hill of Crosses

A travel blog entry by richkate

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... as a symbol of Lithuanian defiance of foreign invaders. Since the medieval period, the Hill of Crosses has represented the peaceful resistance of Lithuanian Catholicism to oppression. In 1795 Siauliai was incorporated into Russia but was returned to Lithuania in 1918. Many crosses were erected upon the hill after the peasant uprising of 1831-63. By 1895, there were at least 150 large crosses, in 1914 200, and by 1940 there ...

As Free as the Wind Blows

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

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... a good spot to stop. The sand was so white and warm and once down low the wind wasn't as strong either. After an hour or so enjoying the warmth, Cat applying sun cream and Ally just turning to get an even tan, we decided to take the plunge...and head to the nudist beach! This was a very free experience although not quite the full experience as we were almost the only people on the beach. Is it wrong to have wished it were full of the expected older clientele? Perhaps a little, but ...

Cycling the Curonian Spit

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

... picnic bench there for a rest and a biscuit before completing the last 10km back to the ferry. We arrived with some time to spare so took some photos looking back across to Klaipeda, and were amazed by the size of the port. Back on the mainland we crossed the river to head straight to see the French warship which was in town. It is a mine sweeper and although now closed was open to visitors earlier. We shall head back tomorrow and hopefully get on! A final ...

Viva Espana!

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

... the Soviets arrived after the Nazis left. This was due to Germans fearing reprisals for the atrocities carried out by German forces against Russian citizens. Next it was on to the Castle Museum. Sadly the castle is really just some ground ruins now and any wall left is covered over by grass. The exhibition is small and split between two points on the star ramparts. It was mainly pictures and some found artefacts. The models and maps of the city's ...

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This hotel, located on Vytauto 164, Palanga, is near Palanga Amber Museum.
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