Viktorija

Simkaus 2, Klaipeda, Lithuania | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Klaipeda

Klaipeda day 1

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 11, 2014

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... 20 minutes for drinks to arrive then another 30 minutes for the meal to arrive but no burger for Monica!!!! She cancelled her meal, damn embarrassing! Klaipeda is nothing like Vilnius, plainer looking houses even in the Old Town. Tomas said "there is nothing here to see" but Lana has relatives to catch up with so we have to meet them. Back to the apartment to wait for Tomas to return and hear about his first day at the timber mill. Tomas returns ...

Trakai & a train.

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 10, 2014

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... the car, what a ripoff! So we drove to the White House, once the summer residence of the President of Lithuania. Laimonas & I had a quick dip in the lake, very clean water & about 20C. Then it was time to head back & catch our train to Klaipeda, I wasn't sure we would make it in time but Laimonas is a good driver and knows the roads well. Onto to our train at 5:30pm, we depart 10 minutes later, right on schedule! Into ...

A DIP IN THE BALTIC SEA

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 29, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... Over to a cemetery to see the old style of grave markers. They had pagan influences.

The Amber Museum was next. There was a short demonstration plus a chance to taste an amber-based drink [non-alcoholic].

Lunch was at 1430. Broke bread with Tony, Heather, Rachel and Simona. Asked her what was the worst nationality to deal with. She said Italians as they talk loud. She thought Japanese tourists were fine. English-speaking tourists did not need to be coddled ...

The Curonian Spit

A travel blog entry by triptalk on Jul 17, 2014

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A great day with a local tour guide showing us the very interesting and natural sandy peninsula. Dune walking and fish soup eating. Turns out that Lithuanians were one of the last groups to be converted to christianity so their pagan beliefs are still going strong. We went to Witches hill where artists have carved all these creepy statues of tree gods and origin stories etc. ...

Heading to Riga

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 16, 2014

Today we leave Lithuania after touring the town of Klaipeda. The town tour is brief but there is some interesting history about a demolished church bring rebuilt and a statue in the city square that Hitler had removed when he addressed the populace. This area had been occupied by Teutonic Knights, Prussian traders and Russians before reverting to Lithuanian rule. The bus took us east and then north through rural countryside to a national park with an attractive lake. This area ...

Location

This hotel, located on Simkaus 2, Klaipeda, is near Curonian Spit / Kursiu Nerija National Park, Lithuanian Sea Museum, and Clock and Watch Museum.
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