TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Posada Izu
Older hotel across from bus and in walking distance to old town. Not particularly quiet. wooden construction so not as soundproof. Terrible tv. No english stations
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... travel in these places, sadly) and accommodation and have booked my bus ticket for my Tartu to Parnu trip and all the hostel and guesthouses in these three countries. I also decided to finish in style and will be flying from Vilnius in two weeks to my final city. You'll just have to keep up with my blog to find out where that is, though!
... It was a soup day (cooler and rainy) and the squash soup, rib tips and salad hit the spot for about 4.5 Euros.
Tonight, we decided to take a sauna at another guesthouse for 13 Euros. We had a private dining room with a fridge, a dressing room, shower room, bathroom, and super hot sauna for an hour. Sweet! Or should I say Sweat!
We'll pack up and leave at about 5:45 am tomorrow ...
... so I asked the girl behind me if I could eat it and she said yeah, so I took a ice bite out of it..um yeah, it wasn't editable. It was straight wax, so here I am spitting wax out of my mouth in front of like a thousand people. It's all stuck in my retainer and stuck to the front of my teeth. So I just leave the table and go find a less noticeable place to stand. After sometime we left and walked over a mile back to the dorms. We made a quick stop by the grocery store, of course. ...
... A few people were into the costumes, but overall no one really planned out their costumes in advance like people do at home.
Probably more exciting was the pumpkin carving party I threw the day after. Most people had never carved a pumpkin before!! Pumpkins are pretty cheap here; I got mine for one Euro. I got my pumpkin a few days in advance but most people waited and many of the stores were ...
... people high on drugs or just annoying.
127.You have a puzzled relationship to your Baltic neighours: you might feel great blood kinship but then again you want to look better than they and take offense if someone thinks you're from Latvia or Lithuania.
128. You don't even expect a victory from the Estonian football team, but you still follow the game with great emotions.
129. You aren't surprised over news like "someone (age 18-25) rolled over with a BMW", ...