Royal Square Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... daring to come anywhere near her defensive position. When Māris finally decided to let Minka out of her tiled prison, she immediately made for the darkest place she could find: the crawl space underneath the kitchen cabinets.
Now, my (perhaps cruel) approach would have been: "she'll come out when she's hungry". Instead, the rest of the family felt that Minka should be made to feel at home, so her food and water was now delivered to her next to her ...
... glance at our passport).
We had a bit of a walk around the city trying to find our hostel. Turns out we made a left instead of a right at the beginning. Meh, we found it in the end. We are staying in a ten bed dorm. The first thing we noticed upon checking out the room was that it really really smelled of body odor. The source was a well dressed man in a corner bunk. The man stunk. The stink was palpable and comparable to the body odor of the stinky man ...
... Mammut backpacks are ready to pack, lightweight, fast-drying, breathable clothes ready.
Trip route has been overdone several times, as I am keen on organizing, planning trips - so after finding new blogs, got new suggestions, then chatting with hosts, got another suggestions...that way it goes t make most out of it :). Missed some stop-overs due to sold out tickets ( ...
... and light stones to demarcate zebra crossings. The fact that even zebra crossings are made from stone gives one the feeling that they are building their infrastructure to last a thousand years. This size cobbles are used to surface many of the roads in Helsinki, and Riga, Tallinn is mostly so old that it mostly uses the revolutionary form.
The hardest cobbles to lay must be the pavement slabs, these vary in size, generally about ...
... decided that we wanted to see the museum of occupation, but once we got there we found it was closed, for no good reason. At that stage we were slightly at a loss as to what to do because we hadn't really prepared a contingency. In the end we basically just looked around the old town, had lunch, looked at some of the memorials and statues that were dotted around etc... There was also a Christmas market which was the first we had ...