Amber Spa Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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When travelling solo, without having distractions or people to talk to in general, you really get to know yourself. Unfortunately sometimes you realise just how strange you and your brain is. I like how I say that like me and my brain are separate, it's moments like this that I wonder who's in charge anyway. Whilst wondering the medieval streets of Tallinn I suddenly got excited and thought 'I can smell something that smells like a deep fried delight!' ...
... to enjoy a latte at an outdoor cafe in the square. We had a lunch at a Latvian outdoor cafe. Potato pancakes and pork were great! There was a Jewish Heritage tour in the afternoon. We skipped that. Later that afternoon, Jane & I stitched and drank tea in the lobby. It was a nice relaxing afternoon. The group dinner was at the hotel. It was good, but 2 hours ...
... a very high ceiling and we enjoyed hearing the organist play lightly. With plenty of hours of afternoon sun to go we walked through Bastion park, over the hill and along the canal side. We bought some ice cream and then sat on a bench to watch the world go by. It was very peaceful and an extremely pleasant way to spend 3 hours!
By now it was tea time and so we went to dome square to look for somewhere to eat as we knew there would be live music in ...
... of Creative Spring Upcycling Madness with random 4 to 10 year olds. We set up shop at Kalnciema Kvartālā, a really cool local farmer's market just around the corner. In exchange for a semi-voluntary donation, we relieved parents of their kids for half an our, teaching them to plant vegetable seeds in old cardboard egg boxes, how to make cinnamon bath bombs with olive oil and soda, and cutting and folding small wallets out of unrecyclable ...
... better to do than to offer us a coffee in the pub next door ("it's happy hour.. are you sure you girls don't want a cocktail?" yes.. we're sure.. it's five o'clock in the afternoon!).
Nona reports the latest office gossip from The Hague, while Martijn tells us about the perks of being stationed abroad. Before we know it, it's high time to find our bus and race back to the airport. We ...