Horning Kro og Hotel
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... set of poles, you hope and pray that you’ve got it right and the boat will fit between them. As the bow enters the box, Julie drops a line with a large loop on on one side and then nimbly gets across the boat and does the same on the other. I then grab the upwind one of these ropes and use it to slow the boat down, juggling with power (reverse to prevent us blowing into the quayside) and the bow thruster (to stop the nose pointing downwind) and heaving on ...
Indy was loving all of the kiddie rides, but Adrian and I not so much! They are puke worthy - almost too smooth and prompted more motion sickness for me, no vomiting thankfully, just a very uneasy tummy! Adrian and I never went on a big ride together because one of us would stay with Indy, but I swear I could here him screaming (or maybe it was Boy!?) The boys would always come back cool, calm and collected, but I know Adrian's scream when I here it!
Poor Indy ...
... I will be staying for the rest of my trip. We took my two big red bags through the town on two buses while it was raining. We bought some groceries in between buses, and then we arrived home.
Ida lives in a house with 8 other students. She lives in the basement area, which has another bedroom, a bathroom/laundry and a kitchen. Everyone else lives upstairs, but two of the others also use the kitchen.
... several members of our roll call who were all very nice. We met two people who are joining us on our private shore excursion in St Petersburg and arranged to meet up early on our first day in St Petersburg to hopefully beat the crowds off the ship ... I'm sure we're not the only ones who are doing this ! What I did learn was that we will experience two time changes between Tallin and St Petersburg - great.
... br> We have taken some time to explore the city, which often turned into a patio beer or two. How could we resist? Much of the streets are old cobblestone but still quite biker-friendly.
We took a break from exploring at an Irish pub call Tir Na Nog. A very nice place with the potential to become a regular watering hole. During our visit I noticed a sign that read: ...