On a recent cruise we docked at Klaipeda, Lithuania. We booked a shore excursion to Palanga and the Amber Museum. Our guide, Audra, was excellent and her tour company so generous. After the Amber Museum, which is worthy of a visit, we went back to Klaipeda to a restaurant where we sampled local bread (dipped in garlic and butter) and Svyturys 1784 beer. Both delicious. We were also each given little bags of amber chips to remember our visit. I recommend a stop in Klaipeda and Palanga, Lithuania. This little country with no natural resources other than amber is trying hard to build their tourism industry and I wish them all the best.
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