Hotell Bernhard

Address: Kolga tee 22a, Otepaa, 67405, Estonia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kolga tee 22a, Otepaa, is near Paldiski Submarine Base.
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    Peri-Liipsaare, 33,7 km

    A travel blog entry by nipitiri on Aug 01, 2015

    17 photos

    ... lõkkekoht on taas väga ilus, kõrgel kaldal Võhandu jõe käärus. Mööda jõge kulgevad kanuutajad.
    Täna on selline ilm, kus muud ei saagi teha kui riietuda. Vihmariided ära, vihmariided peale. Niikui on need selga saadud, jääb vihm järgi. Siis on jälle palav, tuleb ära koorida. Hakkab tibutama. Ja siis on pohlad ja siis mustikad ja siis vaarikad. Samas kott on ka raske nagu pomm, peatused kuluvad ära.
    Paidra järve ääres on ridamisi lõkkekohti ja ...

    Lazy Saturday

    A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Feb 23, 2013

    ... friend today and went over some much needed pronunciations and I got a chance to help him with his English Medical homework. It was a lot of fun actually. We both benefited from it I think.

    Tomorrow is going to be a great day, A small group of people are going to Parnu, close to the coast for the day. It should be fun. I am excited.

    Hunting in Estonia

    A travel blog entry by matt81 on Nov 18, 2012

    6 photos

    ... in an NGO’s office in Vancouver sipping Starbucks and dreading the 1 hour commute home to my $600,000 home in the east side. How are home prices in Vancouver these days anyways?

    The beaver super pond we came to at the end of the day was quite amazing and worth mentioning also. People call beavers engineers for a reason; and I am pretty sure that one adorns the cap brass of a Canadian military engineers’ regiment, correct me ...

    Adventure on the High Ropes

    A travel blog entry by alexandra_day on Sep 23, 2011

    2 photos

    ... platform at one time, and where to go. And we were off! Course 1 was quite easy, mainly for us to get used to using all our carabiners and ropes. But then came course 4. It was harder than I anticipated. Even though you're strapped in with a harness and two ropes, the thought of falling is very much there. I mean, maybe you wouldn't hit the ground, but how would you get back up? Ekk. But that's part of the ...

    Full CIrcle With La Dolce Vita

    A travel blog entry by seanpauley on May 25, 2010

    2 photos

    ... Virginia but Kirsten has family in Colorado, we're all hoping we'll be able to reconnect when they drive though Nebraska.

    I'm horrible with goodbyes and I can tell this one is just the first of many to come. It has been an interesting semester, and eventful to say the least. I've met some truly amazing people and I hope that our paths will one day cross again. I have faith that they will.

    Abundant Love,