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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... van and a haberdashery van come around occasionally but by the late 1950’s that had ended. The weather seems to have cooled off somewhat now and we are getting pleasantly cool evenings and nights while the daytime can be hot but not uncomfortably so and that keeps my lot somewhat happier.On a lovely Saturday afternoon we visited the University city of Tartu. Considering that it is still school holidays there seemed to be quite a large number of students ...
... against pink sky. Singing sand. First into the water, then some sand-songs, then goodbye. Some Brit is lost in Tallinn airport.
Despite the late hour I make dinner to lighten my backpack. 20 kg is a bit too much even if it includes 3 liters of water. Some couples walk silently by.
Hommikul ütleb raadio, et Keskkonnaamet soovitab suvist vaba aega kasutada Eesti metsadega tutvumiseks. No just.
Puhkuse-eelne viimane tööpäev läheb lõpuks veidi lappama. ...
... as the central window of the tower. Its actually a trick of the light (of course) but it makes for a good story.
The convent grounds and surviving buildings house a museum of the history of the castle. The cathedral itself, after long periods of disuse and neglect by the Soviets, has been reconsecrated and services are once again held there. While I was wandering through the museum, I kept hearing choral music. I thought it was just piped in for atmosphere in the ...
... 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 ...
In the morning, after a slow start, we got the bikes out and rode into town, about 2.5km away, in order to get some fresh provisions. The ride into town can be via a cycle track along a lake and thence into town or of course, via the road. We opted for the former and clouds of midges not withstanding, it was a pleasant ride. The whole area looked at peace with itself, there was a degree of affluence that was apparent, not ostentation, just comfortable. We liked it and ...