- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... go to Tartu next.
Unlike most cities, this area is not seedy and there's a Bohemian neighborhood right on the other side of the tracks where an industrial area used to be. The hotel has all the mod cons and is large and quiet. We got a room next to the tracks on the 2nd floor but there were 2 loud trains idling there so we asked for a room on the streetside. We got a 7th floor view of the parliament and churches up in the old city, ...
... to the hotel the sun suddenly came up, the wind and rain subsided; it was a nice evening but strange to see the sun only at 7pm. The climate was milder in the evening than it had been all day. The temperature in my room had risen to 25! I'm hoping it will be a pleasant day tomorrow.
Nagemist (NAH-geh-mist) goodbye
... of all the different types of buoys, sailing boats, ice boats and military guns. The guns were not roped off or anything so we could climb all over them and turn them round etc. Most of the boats and buoys were suspended from the ceiling which meant you could get a full look at them from the mezzanine walkway or from the floor. They had the "Limbet" submarine which was open to walk all around which was very exciting. On the ground there ...
... back to the hotel.
The staff kindly found me a physio close by and booked me in.
Good news is that I hadn't done any injury to my back it was reacting to my hip. Bad news I have arthritis in my hip.....great!
Anyway enough sooking, lost a day but day 3 we head off and explore the city, Boat cruise through the canals, exploring the old town which was so picturesque. 7 hours of walking, with weary feet we return back for a ...
... in our hands and then released them back into the grass. My sister found the biggest frog. In Estonia my uncle gave us a car to use but it was a bit difficult to get use to because the traffic in Estonia is right-sided. Also the drivers seat is on the left side of the car, so it looks as if we are driving on the wrong side of the ...