Meguva

Valanciaus 1, Palanga, Lithuania | Hotel
 

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Sand Dunes and Raymond's finger

A travel blog entry by richkate

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... to rest or breed there. The largest town on the Spit is called Nida and this is where we went for lunch. All I. All today was relaxing looking at the sights, playing at the beach and doing lots of eating! Tomorrow we return to Vilnius but on the way we will go to the boys birth town. Jonava is a little town north of Kaunas and we will also visit the orphanage that the boys spent 3 1/2 of their lives. A bit of travelling to do so this blog is short so we can all go to bed ...

Day 3 Lithuania - Hill of Crosses

A travel blog entry by richkate

1
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... quite easy but I do know now how our volunteers from overseas feel when they arrive in NZ. The boys are loving being with their brother and sister. Gerda has a real shine for Raymond and they get on extremely well. This trip is having so many memories which are so much more than just a holiday. We are staying here on the coast for a couple of nights. Trust you are enjoying the blog and the photos Richard, Kate, Ethan, Raymond and ...

As Free as the Wind Blows

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

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... to the supermarket and buy supplies to eat in tonight. Cat said she actually fancied spaghetti and tomato sauce and strangely that was exactly what Ally was craving too! He said "Let's Kuching this!" (see blog "(53) Meeting the Cousins" on the South East Asia blog!). We ate whilst watching the French Open on TV and then some programme about Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's engagement, appropriate as they wed on 25th May in Florence. Do we know too much about their lives? Yes, we think so ...

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

... This also have us a chance to meet some of our roomies- a German man had cycled from Berlin, leaving on Monday, so far having covered over 1200km in 5 days! He was continuing on through the Baltics and across to Helsinki where he was meeting his wife & baby to cycle through Finland and Sweden before returning to Berlin. Apparently his wife is even fitter than he is! An American we met was travelling across Europe and round South ...

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This hotel, located on Valanciaus 1, Palanga, is near Palanga Amber Museum.
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