Park Inn by Radisson Klaipeda
Travel Blogs from Klaipeda
... our camp site and did a small amount of grocery shopping before deciding to be extravagant again and spend another A$20 on meals and drinks again at a sports bar and watched France play *****ia as we ate.
The town and surroundings are very interesting with a mixture of brick and wooden buildings plus (as seems to be common in this part of the world) a spattering of statues and art works around the place. Tomorrow, maybe a trip to the Russian border post. ...
... 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 ...
... removed Christian crosses placed on the hill by Lithuanians. Three times, during 1961, 1973 and 1975, the hill was leveled, the crosses were burned or turned into scrap metal, and the area was covered with waste and sewage. Following each of these desecrations local inhabitants and pilgrims from all over Lithuania rapidly replaced crosses upon the sacred hill. In 1985, the site became peaceful at last. The size and variety ...
Lovely days run today,left about 10am,and headed up the A1 for 100 miles or so,side winds were horrendous. Arrived in Klaepedia,and caught a ferry onto Penisula,which we followed for 25 odd miles,to arrive in Nida,a gorgeous tiny place with hardly anybody there. Every place we visit just keeps getting better and ...
Nida is the farthest point on the Curonian Spit in Lithuania, a springboard to its natural beauty from Klaepedia with Russian Kaliningrad as it's neighbour It is a short ferry ride from Klaepedia which was a nazi submarine base in WW11 The weather is glorious again, would love to stay an extra night but we are still worried about the tyres on the horrendous Russian roads and still considering dumping them in Riga or Tallinn if we can find some Metzlelers ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed