Lavendel Spa Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... old town. It was a very pleasant stroll, a real mix of architecture going back hundreds of years, just had a really nice feel to it with lots of shops and sights to visit. Our hotel was totally different from the others, a Swissotel in a new glass clad tall building. Not surprising the rooms were ultra modern, someone called it high end IKEA but at least gives an idea of the furnishings. We are on the 22nd floor so ...
... by wooden walkways, used in some sections as cafes (after climbing some pretty steep steps to get there); then below used to show modern art pieces, as well as lines of stalls selling local products. The main square spanned by restaurants selling food as cheap as we have seen, an Medieval Armed man walking, high fiving lots of youngsters, girls in traditional costumes dancing both old and new renditions, boys dancing with firesticks, again, music being ...
... of blisters. Guess I will be smarter and stronger this time. Somehow I’m more excited now than before other trips this year.
Reactions in the background: why are you doing this? so long! you’re going alone? you’re crazy! I’m not crazy and I have a document to prove it. Has to be something else.
Lõunarada sai kavva võetud kohe pärast ...
... St Alexander Nevsky Orthodox Cathedral which sits opposite Parliament building in Toompea Castle and strolled through the old streets to a couple of the viewing platforms. One looked over the railway station and suburbs while the other had views across the lower town, walls and towers to the sea and our ship. Then we went down the old Pikk Jalg to the Town Hall and its surrounding square which was dotted with handcraft stalls. We sat at one of the ...
This morning I was leaving Finland and taking the ferry across to Tallinn Estonia. This was a route I had always wanted to do along with the train from St Petersburg to Helsinki and the two routes I had planned this trip around.