Hotel Paeva Villa

Lai 7, Haapsalu, Estonia | Hotel
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Location

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

    Secret Soviet Bunkers and more!

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 05, 2014

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    ... we have heard relating to KGB torture cellars in a couple of cities we have seen in the Baltic region. The saying goes; “Those cellars have the best views in the city. You can see all the way to Siberia from them”.

    Well the tour was probably a lot more interesting to the people who understood the tour guide as we kept getting separated from our Belgian friend and she maintained the Russian spoken was a little different in dialect ...

    The White Lady's fate

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 02, 2011

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    ... of a lady appears on the window of the chapel of Haapsalu Dome Church but you cannot see her in the daylight.

    At the time when the bishop of Saarema governed the castle, all the inmates of the castle had to lead a decent life. But as it happened, there was one canon who had brought a young maiden, who was dressed as a choir boy, into the castle. It remained a secret for a long time but once, when the bishop visited Haapsalu again, the young singer caught ...

    A Day Full of Surprises

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 01, 2011

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    ... much less water, here the bottom is not mud but boulder-strewn so it does cause one to be more nervous.

    As we approached Haapsalu we needed the engine again and we got into the harbour, which has the Swedish buoyage system, at 12:45. Again, there were lots of spare places and 2 boats down from us was the Overseas 40 and across the pontoon, Beluga. Quite homely really!

    As we were coming across the channel from Hartermaa to Haapsalu, I got no ...

    A Short Visit to an Estonian Island

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 30, 2011

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    ... and you dither? Still, we made our choice and all was well.

    The marina is protected from the wash of the busy ferry traffic by a mole so it was a good, quiet mooring and one which had the added interest of watching the comings and goings of the not inconsiderable traffic onto and off the ferries. The total cost of the marina was €20, which seems to be the going rate in Estonia and not correlated with what is provided. Here we were ...

    Pragmatic Choice (ii)

    A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 29, 2011

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    ... a good 15 minutes to reach the clear water buoy. It was necessary to go out to it as the water was quite shallow, only 3-4 metres and with rocks studded about. Once out at the buoy, we reckoned that we couldn’t make our preferred destination, which was Parnu. Instead, we opted for the longer route to Virtsu, 55 miles away and a nice wind direction for sailing.

    The sun was shining, the wind ...