- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Women sit by their table and knit away. The quality and uniqueness are evident. They have all sizes, for men, women and children. Across these stalls are stores where they sell textiles, linen and other materials. The other stores sell biodegradable wool clothing made by the company ZELE. All are of good quality but feel ...
Early enough rise and after a quick tidy up and pack, we handed over the keys to the manager and headed off. It was about a 4hrs drive north and I pretty much slept the whole way. Arrived in Estonia and found our little hotel right in another 'old town'. The building must be old, like real old, but recently renovated. Rooms where separated in a maze of winding corridors, plaster walls and exposed wooden beams. It was a decent and clean place ...
... I had to go to the airport for my short flight over to Saaremaa Island where I will spend the next 3 days. I chose to fly as it's 30 minutes and the bus is 4.5 hours each way. Also the flight was not that expensive. You fly in a small jet that holds about 20 people and you see the pilot sitting at the controls the entire flight. There is no bathroom onboard.
Just be careful which taxi you take in Tallinn. I had my hotel call ...
... rising above the trees in the distance, which turned out to be our next stop: a former prison beside their make-work project, a limestone quarry, now filled with water and serving as a recreation spot. Our last stop was a cemetery used from 1917-1991 for test pilots who didn't make it back to the nearby air base. On these country outings I saw two storks, something I don't see at home!
One day I took the train to Tartu. It was a nice, ...
... my mind was the band’s last tribute song to O&A – Prince’s Purple Rain. What a night – now I sitting here waiting my breakfast to arrive in the cabin and getting ready for what will be a walking tour of Tallinn. This is Deb’s port – she’s the tour guide today as this was once of her cities in the overall plan.
We’re within site of land and likely to dock within the next 15 minutes so I’ll ...