Hotel Paeva Villa

Address: Lai 7, Haapsalu, Estonia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lai 7, Haapsalu, is near Saaremaa Museum, Lihula Village, Ants Laikmaa Museum, and Ridala Church.
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    Travel Blogs from Haapsalu

    Episode 12

    A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Aug 25, 2015

    85 photos

    ... and horse pulled carts so that all types of transport that has used roads over the centuries was included.there was also a truck set up as a shop complete with drinks fridge and ice-cream freezer. The girl manning this tells us that one like this still visits her village. Back in QLD in the 1950’s where L grew up they used to have a fruit and veggie truck come around once a week and L’s friend Marie who lived much further from a large town used to have ...


    A travel blog entry by nipitiri on Jul 15, 2015

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    It is possible to get to Peraküla with public transportation ( but this time I took the easy way: sister-transportation. Or, it is necessarily not that easy. It takes time for her to arrive but my last working day before vacation has some trouble ending as well. Then she has to take her swimwear and then we take along Kalle and then it's about eleven in the evening when we arrive at Peraküla camping site. Lot of cars. But silence, except for the sea. ...

    Castles, churches, choirs and coffees

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 24, 2014

    13 photos

    ... castle grounds disguised as a boy (I wonder if her name was Kate, short for Bob…) as it was forbidden for women to be in the castle grounds amongst the monks. They were soon discovered and in a display of Christian forgiveness, the canon was locked in the dungeon until he starved to death and the girl was bricked up alive in the baptistry tower. Her screams were heard for days until she fell silent. Ever since then on the night of the August full moon, a ghostly apparition can ...

    Secret Soviet Bunkers and more!

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 05, 2014

    64 photos

    ... signs in a lot of places including the communication equipment room. Considering that the technology in the place was about the same vintage as I had worked on when I was in the RAF (i.e. part of the enemy in that era, but I kept that a secret) it seemed the signs were probably just for show. We hoped so as we took photos on the sly anyway!

    May not have been a good idea considering we will be on the Trans-Siberian railway soon. There is a ...

    The White Lady's fate

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 02, 2011

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    In the morning, after a slow start, we got the bikes out and rode into town, about 2.5km away, in order to get some fresh provisions. The ride into town can be via a cycle track along a lake and thence into town or of course, via the road. We opted for the former and clouds of midges not withstanding, it was a pleasant ride. The whole area looked at peace with itself, there was a degree of affluence that was apparent, not ostentation, just comfortable. We liked it and ...