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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... drove out along the coast to see the cliffs, and through some small villages. We also saw some restored windmills (5), but the wind was blowing strongly, so it was quick pics and move on. The afternoon was taken up with a spa treatment for me, and a massage for Ron. We had dinner in a lovely restaurant located in an old windmill. It served traditional Estonian cuisine which was yummy, and the local beer was also very good as ...
Our trip to the islands of Hiiumaa and Saaremaa was relatively easy, as the streets are wide, straight and not much traffic
Just before we arrived at the ferry terminal in Rohuküla we passed by a train museum where old steam locomotives and waggons stayed displayed at an old train station. This one serves today as bus terminal - the modern way of travelling.
Nevertheless we took the time to see these iron horses from a time long ...
It was so quiet last night. While my hostel in Tallinn was in a quiet section of Old Town, you could still hear the low buzz of the city outside. But in Kuressaare it was silent after I had turned the light out. I slept a solid 7 and a half hours, only waking up because the blinds in the room let in so much light. It felt good to not be constantly woken by creaking beds. The breakfast provided was even more Spartan than the hostel itself (i.e. there weren't any) so after ...
... had time to finish my schnitzel lunch before we docked and had to get back on the bus. I have to say after I finished eating, I felt a tad apprehensive given what happened the last time I ate before a ferry crossing. But this wasn’t Siberia I kept telling myself. Totally different situation.
The bus took about another hour or so to get to Kuressaare, including driving across the causeway that now connects the islands of Muhu and ...
That was a poor sleep. The room was warm. Will have to figure out cooling options ie screened window open before leaving for dinner and no drape to darken the room.
Only one down for brekkie until Old Bag and Old Baggier came along. They did their own thing for dinner last night [probably 'hag'gis], as did the Yanks. Read up a bit on the Bishop's Castle
and from the Saaremaa magazine I picked up on neighbouring Muhu Island.