Valanciaus 1, Palanga, Lithuania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Palanga

As Free as the Wind Blows

A travel blog entry by alcatrav


... 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

... the furthest south town of the Lithuanian owned Curonian spit. When it came we put the bikes underneath. The price was more than expected at 24 litas, however we later realised that we had bought return fares! Once in Nida, an hour down the road, we had a quick trip to the supermarket Iki for a picnic. Next of course Cat went to the toilet and Ally helpfully went to queue at the tourist office for a map. When he finally reached the front of the queue he ...

Viva Espana!

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

... She gave us some tips for Riga and we gave her some tips for South East Asia. We were keen to delay our dinner until later as the UEFA Champions League Final between Athletico Madrid and Real Madrid was not kicking off until 9.45pm our time. We hadn't realised that this also coincided with a Saturday night out on the town and many places were therefore full! Thankfully we found somewhere and checked that their TVs would be changing to the football ...

Wet spit and forest

A travel blog entry by zerah

... forest to the port, more lovely little buildings with wind dials made by families to show the colours of home and represent what home means; family members and warmth. The wind dials use to be on the old boats but now sit in the parks or outside homes.
I packed a lunch from breakfast so ate it with Katrina on the esplanade looking out over the gloomy weather settled in over the lagoon. We went for a wander of the town while everyone else had lunch ...


A travel blog entry by mek1



Today we arrived in Klaipeda Lithuania, which is the third largest town in Lithuania. Having said that, it is very small. The population of Lithuania has been steadily falling until now it is just under 3 million for the whole country and 1.5 million of those live in Vilnius. We first walked around the old town which ...


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