Georg Ots Spa Hotel
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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 ...
... nice little wood beauty with cute guest rooms and the restaurant with a big terrasse.
Directly in front of the guest house is the castle of Kuresaare with huge moats around the fortified walls. A small bridge allows to cross over and the castle today is a museum (closed by the time we were there) and the yard can be used as concert area. But the walk on the walls have been impressive
A good dinner on the terrasse made the day close
... the rest of Estonia, before capitulating and being divided up between the Bishop of Ísel-Wieck and the Order of the Sword Brothers.
The exhibition on the Soviet era on the islands was interesting and very detailed. The Soviets used the islands as top secret military bases. Mainland Estonians weren’t even allowed to come to the islands without permission from the Soviet authorities. Housing missile batteries and radar stations aimed at the west, the ...
... 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 ...
... down the gangway and boarded our waiting bus, then set off into the countryside. Our guide told us that 75% of Saaremaa is forest, and that lumberjacks and loggers lived in small villages amongst the trees; indeed we saw huge sheds stacked floor to ceiling with logs sawn ready for the cold Estonian winters.
Our first stop was merely a photo opportunity as we ...