Grand Rose SPA Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Rose SPA Hotel Kuressaare
Mõnus koht. Head söögid, ilus tuba ja ujula.
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... interior looked tired and dated.
Walked back to the hotel thereafter for a quick shower. Decided opting for a bike ride would be too lazy after a heavy lunch so walked back into town, seeing three people, none of whom I know their names; ta da! Seems BMW's and Audis are the vehicle of choice for the well healed in Kuressaare..
Back by 1700. If there was a third day in Saaremaa, Simona would have a riot on her hands, this ...
Staying beside a train station you get no more sleep than the first train in or out ie before 0600. Coolish nights but better than the other way around as the room unsurprisingly does not have a/c at this far northern latitude.
Went out again into the nice park across the road for some shots mostly up re the old town. Some ducks kept me company.
By the time I was ready to leave brekkie at 0745 just two from the group were down. More herring and ...
July 4-6, 2014 - Kuressaare, Estonia
July 4, 2014 - USA Independence Day was spent by me madly dashing about the Island of Saaremaa off the west coast of Estonia. I had read of a few "must sees" in the Lonely Planet guide book and so I wanted to get a bit outside of the town of Kuressaare where I am staying. I didn't want to rent a car (probably should have) and the local buses do not run frequently. So at the tourist center I asked about this ...
After a relaxed wake up we bought some picnic lunch and went to the library computers again to finish clearing our SD cards. Then it was the next bus to Jarve at 1140. Jarve was recommended in Lonely Planet as the best beach in Saaremaa and so we got the bus out. A whole bunch of kids in beachwear were on the same bus but strangely they got off early. The driver didn't stop in Jarve and we didn't realise that's what the bus stop ...
... Kuressare is a very small place and it didn't take us long to reach the castle moat. The castle is better preserved than other fortresses we've been to already. As well as the four pointed star fort it had ravelin surrounded by a moat. Entering via a tunnel through the thick ramparts, the central courtyard is dominated by the castle itself which was built in the 14th century and added to in the 17th and 18th. We walked around the inner grounds ...