Viktorija

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

Using mobile data in the EU

A travel blog entry by jules345 on Oct 22, 2014

Reasonably recently a new EU law recently came into effect regarding capping the maximum cost for a megabyte of data (roaming) within the EU - before this the prices were ridiculous and you had to turn off data roaming to avoid sky high charges. Before I left the UK I checked the prices of my mobile provider (Tesco mobile) online and found that it was 19p per megabyte of data to use my phone ...

Hard tailin' it to Juodkrante

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 10, 2014

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... again.

By now I was getting quite hungry so I kept pedaling towards Juodkrante. It wasnt too much further before I saw a sign for the town and the track turned east again towards it. Of course to reach the town I had to go over a big pine covered dune. Was a beautiful track but the climb was a bit hard after riding 40km. But I made it to the town all the same. Off season in Juodkrante is very quite apparently. I had just missed the 2:30 bus back ...

Back to the Baltic

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 09, 2014

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Nida is located on the Curonian Spit, a long, narrow stretch of sand dunes separated from the mainland by the Curonian Lagoon. It's kind of like the Coorong but on a much bigger scale. I was being met at the bus station by Virginia, the owner of the apartment I had booked. After my experience in Vilnius, I am DONE with dorm rooms for the rest of my trip. After a bit of a wait, she turned up and we walked the ...

A visit to a Soviet nuclear missile site

A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 27, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... protected by various layers of barbed wire and electrified fences.

It was finally removed in 1978, after it became clear that United States’ surveillance satellites had discovered the site. Furthermore, the missiles, which were never upgraded, had now become obsolete.

The military pulled out as quietly as it had appeared, removing its missiles and critical equipment.

The townspeople didn't even realize that ...

Quiet Sunday.

A travel blog entry by petersheridan on Aug 17, 2014

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... here in Klaipeda! This park is full of sculptures done from 1984 to 1986 by various artists, it was formerly a cemetery but was demolished by the Russians. It started to rain again so we had to leave and head back home. Quiet afternoon but we did a little shopping, stocking up for the bus ride to Vilnius ...

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