Kungis Samogis

Address: Vytauto 164, Palanga, 151, Lithuania | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Vytauto 164, Palanga, is near Palanga Amber Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Palanga

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 ...

Lithuania a pleasant surprise

A travel blog entry by garrickgottleib on Aug 03, 2015

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The tour began in the central square of Clapedia where Hitler gave a speech in 1933. We then went to a small statue of a mouse that is said to grant wishes if it's nose is rubbed. The tour guide took us to an amber shop where we were able to see the stones being polished and see fine works of art, my brother bought a miniature sailboat made of amber. During the Russian occupation of Lithuania many people were sent to Siberia to live. Our ...


A travel blog entry by bru48cas on Jul 25, 2015

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The day started with my now quite regular 6k walk as we edged our way toward Klaipeda. I helped greet the Pilot on board as I walked and he was dressed in a suit and tie. How old world is that. Nice jolly man. Sometimes you get lucky. For just a couple of days each year Klaipeda has the Festival of the Sea and it just so happens to coincide with our visit. Now as festivals go this is more like a massive food fair and all of your regular junk stuff but what makes it is the whole ...

Klaipeda sounds like ....

A travel blog entry by gter1 on Jun 20, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... At one time it was part of Prussia and Germany and enjoyed prolonged economic periods of prosperity spurred mainly by grain and lumber production.In 1945 the Soviet Red Army captured the town because of the importance of the seaport. Now again, it belongs to Lithuania and the friendly people strive hard to show off their charming town. We returned our bikes and walked ...

Klaipeda and The Curonian Spit

A travel blog entry by rhiannonpurple on Jun 20, 2015

1 comment, 18 photos

... rubbish when I checked out the almost deserted old town and surrounding streets, on arrival. I did, though, find a great veggie restaurant and had a hearty two course meal and a tea "made from 27 different weeds" for €4. It was lovely but I think the tea-marketing could do with a bit of work.

  • The aforementioned wildlife don't live in Klaipeda itself but on something called The Coronian Spit which is a 98km thin stretch of land that separates ...