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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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... not really the act of a person who has thought this through! Nonetheless he made it to the top, and down again, the view was great! We took the circuitous route from the square, lots of nice streets and shops, a great old church where one could climb up to the mezzanine, and then out through the famous city gate and into a taxi to the ferry terminal for the trip home. Adjacent to the boarding gate was the liquor outlet, yes, prices were cheap, they’d have to be to account ...
... going inside. We figured it must be time for mass, so we decided to take a detour. We ended up at the Maiden's Tower, hoping to have a coffee in the café. Unfortunately, it was closed. Near the tower, down several stairs, we saw a sign for the LT Kohvik-baar. We descended the steep stairs and went inside. When we entered, we found ourselves in an entry way with a couple of doors and a steep staircase leading down one more level. We could tell ...
... beginning of the adventure and that seemed like a very long time ago. At 11pm we thought we were heading home but we had a diversion in the form of popping into a shopping mall. Just to add, no one 'pops in' to a shopping mall they consume you. We ended up ice skating, I use the term 'we' very lightly as I spent the majority of the time being carried like an old woman shouting I didn't have travel insurance and imagining seeing blood on the ice. Maja was very ...
... we bugged out down to the bottom of Estonia in a place called Parnu. It was quite nice and cheap and the lady gave us the Baltic States Camping Guide to all the campsites in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Before leaving Estonia, let me tell you about the roads…. ****; the drivers…. Crappier – seriously they overtake whenever. There is a gap, let’s go. Doesn’t matter if the gap is 150m ...
... paintings, the museum contains furniture owned and used by Peter himself as well as one of his shoes. I found it very interesting and made me nostalgic for Russia again.
I hopped on the next tour bus and did the rest of the tour. This route took me right out of the city, along the coast to the east to the suburb of Piritja. There is a nature reserve here and it is now the “hot” suburb to own a house due to the open spaces and ...