Hotel Metsis

Address: Kuperjanovi 63, Valga, 68207, Estonia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kuperjanovi 63, Valga.
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    Travel Blogs from Valga

    Paganamaa-Lõunatipu, 26,4 km

    A travel blog entry by nipitiri on Aug 09, 2015

    13 photos

    ... kätte suuna kraani ja poe poole. Poest saab lisaks jäätisele ka kohvi ja grillvorstikesi. Juhhei. Leti taga olev kena neiu hakkab uurima, mida ma teen ja kust tulen. Meiega liitub keegi kohalik meesterahvas ja nii lobiseme kuni poe sulgemiseni. Palju toredaid inimesi.
    Lõunatippu viivad esiti pikad sirged kruusateed. Leian taas oma tavalise käimistempo, mis vahepealse leitsakuga kuhugi ära kadus. Ringi palju ei vaata, sest kogu aur läheb parmudega võitlemisele. Naha külast ...

    Another sleepy town

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on May 11, 2015

    2 comments, 5 photos

    ... running past our window, followed by dozens of speed walkers with ski poles. Their destination was clearly somewhere else, as the organisers cleared up and took down the flags within a few hours.
    The journey from Valga to Otepaa started with loads of pine hedges - we wondered if they were yew hedges to start with, but concluded they were probably pine, with their tops continually lopped off. The field were large, the farms medium sized ...

    Which country are we in?

    A travel blog entry by linda-and-rick on May 07, 2015

    4 comments, 7 photos

    Yesterday we took a rail replacement bus (yes, they exist here too!) from Cesis to Valga. Or is it Valka? This is truly a border town. After WW1, when Estonia and Latvia continued to fight until 1920 for their independence, this town was seriously disputed. It had historical importance for both countries and neither were willing to lose it. A British mediator was brought in who proposed splitting the town in two. Nowadays one can walk straightforwardly between the ...

    Uzmanību! Maisbergs!

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Dec 10, 2014

    8 photos

    ... country in their Environmental Performance Index (EPI). Since then - partly due to changing methodologies - we have dropped to 21st place in 2010, took the silver medal in 2012, but then dropped again to 40th place in 2014.

    From 2010 onwards, homo ecos: has been organizing a yearly publicity campaign building on this EPI. Each year we ask ourselves: what can we do to make Latvia truly the greenest country in the world? Over the years, ...

    Big City Girl in a Small Town

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 25, 2014

    9 photos

    Over the past few months, several of my fellow-volunteers have expressed their jealousy of my project and home in metropolitan Rīga. Of course, the grass is always greener.... Every time I travel to the countryside I imagine how cool it would be to live in rural Latvia for a year. I would grow my own vegetables, join a folk dance ensemble and probably get some cute Latvian-speaking old lady to teach me how to weave.

    Then Antonia invited us ...