LoonaManor Guesthouse, Vilsandi NP
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... The hospital is very large but in Soviet days the island was the westernmost part of the empire so there were some 40,000 soldiers here. We took our big bus down some small streets. A traffic light had once been put in but people did not go on green, fascinated by the device, so they took it out.
Out to Roomassaare, the new harbour, for a look, the breeze very nice. Back in town, Jaan talked about socio-economic stats. The young are leaving ...
... Church of the Holy Spirit. It was sometimes a struggle with inopportune vehicles cluttering up shots.
Once more up the Pikk Jalg Gate to the high part of the old town for nice views today beside Stenbock House, the reisdence of the prime minister of the country. Thought some spires down below seemed new but not on closer inspection.
Back to the supermarket, other shoppers also there. Got some brie for lunch and a local liqueur 8.54.
Off in ...
... is a taxi company who offer tours to some locations. There is no commentary and you only have so many hours total, so you have to be cognizant of the time. I decided to visit: Kaali Crater, Angla Windmiill Hill, Karja Church and the Panga cliffs. I only had 3.5 hours and so it was very hurried. I really would recommend renting the car! I ended up passing places that looked interesting and was not able to stop to see them.
... a little more blasé, deciding it was only necessary on his shoulders. Needless to say they're the only non-burnt bit on his body! (Hahaha). We both went paddling in the warm sea and Ally was so keen for Cat to have a swim that he eventually pushed her in. She stumbled slowly backwards, constantly trying to right herself up but it was no use and soon she gave a shriek as she landed on her behind- the water was not THAT warm!! ...
We caught a Sebe bus this morning which was not as fancy as the Lux. We also had a man sitting behind us in sandals and his feet smelt really bad! Before getting on the bus we bought some pastries for breakfast and noticed a young couple kept staring at us. Throughout the bus journey they kept smiling and also staring at us but not in a "hello!" kind of a way, more a "oh look other foreigners" kind of way, maybe... We found it a bit odd anyway. The ...