Monday, 28 September 2015

Cruising On The Curonian Spit In Lithuania

Who knew that Lithuania doesn't have just a ho hum coastline with a beach on the Baltic Sea? Off the coast, south of the port city of Klaipeda, sits a long slice of land called the Curonian Spit. You need to take a ferry to reach it from the North side. Down South, it runs into Kaliningrad, Russia.

Onto the ferry, the port of Klaipeda fading in the background.

The spit is basically a nature preserve, dunes and tourist destination. Mini golf still lifes.

Classic communist Baltic Sea beach pavilion architecture.

Reaching the Baltic Sea. Hotel room curtain.

Family fortress on the Baltic beach.

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