Pamario gatve 21A, Nida, 93123, Lithuania | 2 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Nida

Wet spit and forest

A travel blog entry by zerah

... it off as best I can with vitamin C, but I think my stupidity of getting cold and wet is now kicking me in the butt. Lesson learnt! I'm not going out without my thermals or a poncho, Something! But because I'm sneezing a lot everyone is saying bless you and I reply with Achou, thank you in Lithuanian, we went around in circles until I called it quits. Haha.
For all the dinners I've got us onto drinking pear cider, it's become the trip drink.


A travel blog entry by mek1


... on the street.

We then went to Palanga which is a resort town just outside of Klaipeda which consists of large parks and an amber museum. It was a beautiful walk on a beautiful day. there were lakes and streams everywhere and beautiful flower gardens. It started to rain just as we finished our exploration of the park so we returned to the ship.

Ferry across the ?????

A travel blog entry by jcontheroad


... a short trip across but was the followed by 20 kms of gravel roads....and if there's one thing I hate more than cobbles it's gravel....

Stopped at a road side picnic spot for lunch, all very pleasant.....

Arrived in Kliepeda without any issues, found the guest house which appears to be the bottom floor in a council tower block....may have to put the lock on the bike tonight.....

We make it back again!

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


... colony. We find ourselves in Juodkrante before lunch but have to back-track a few kilometres to locate this bird spectacle. The birds have inhabited this region for so long that the pine trees have died off, leaving a large area of sparsely clad trees. Alastair is lucky enough to have been singled out for a special deposit from a passing Cormorant. Gisela is in search of a local artist who might be able to show us a few paintings, but he ...

Beaches just like at home

A travel blog entry by wanderinggoose


... overlooking the lagoon. Nida is also known as a region where amber stone can be found, sometimes even on the beaches. The various souvenir shops include many jewellery galleries that offer an amazing range of crafts.

After our tour of the main points of interest it's time to make our way to the beach, as it is now quite warm. Whilst it is possible to swim in the lagoon, the most ...


This 2 star hotel, located on Pamario gatve 21A, Nida, is near Kurische Nehrung.
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