Park Inn by Radisson Klaipeda
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Klaipeda
... house Tomas is restoring; guess what, he loves gardening so should exchange notes with Martin. Had late breakfast with Monica then we drove north of Klaipeda for our first sight of the Baltic Sea. Had a long walk through forest adjacent the sea shore before returning to Klaipeda's old town for lunch. PM - Lunch was a debacle! It started to rain, Monica took us to a hotel where we sat on the verandah watching the rain; it took 15 minutes to ...
... are dozens. But Giedre's friend knew of a quiet, out of the way restaurant that specialised in Lithuanian food and Kibinai. The Kibinai are like a small pasty and you get either lamb, beef or pork in them or more unusually, vegetables. Beer & Kibinai's, great combination! Then we tried to find somewhere to swim, very crowded around the lake and one good beach Laimonas knew of, the resort in frontwanted us to pay 10 Lita's each and also pay ...
... off at 1330 and walked up to Thomas Mann's house overlooking the water. Descending to town level, Simona pointed out some colourful weather vanes. A 'w' and 'v' together is gramatically difficult for a Lithuanian.
Stepped inside the Blode Museum. It was a former hotel. It was as much a short respite from the blazing sun.
It is a birthright for Canucks to make jokes about Americans. I suggested to Tony John was ahead asking Simona if there was a McDonald's in ...
... a little bit of Russia at the end of the Spit. Very bizarre that it is there. Needless to say people in Lithuania are on edge these days. But the stress is probably higher in Latvia and Estonia where there are way more ethnic Russians. Noone wants to speak Russian or talk about Russia right now. Of course I took a little time at the end of the day to stick my feet in the ...
... Radisson Blu a Hotel near the Central Park and Old Town. There was little time to settle in before a visit as mad to cloisters of the Riga Dome Cathedral, A concert featured a violinist and and organist playing a huge pipe organ. It was a moving experience to hear the violin compete with the organ. The performers were Estonian and the acoustics were outstanding. Our bus group appreciated the cultural experience. Leonie missed this in an attempt to rid herself if her persistent ...