LoonaManor Guesthouse, Vilsandi NP
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
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... relinquished control when Estonia regained its independence. On the stairs going between each floor of the exhibition were some great jokes about the Soviets:
"Did you go to the party meeting tonight?" “No, I slept at home”
“Capitalism is the exploitation of man by man. Socialism is the other way round”.
Leaving behind the castle, I went for a quick bite to eat at a pub overlooking the moat. Had a lovely lunch of ...
... town of Kuressaare. It was unfortunately still raining when I checked out of the hostel, but that’s what pack covers are for. Didn’t get too wet getting to the bus station. Only a short wait for the bus. The journey to the island covered much the same ground as yesterday’s, but we did turn off to head south to the port of Vihistu. The ferry to take us across to the island of Muhu was huge. So much so that I was expecting a much longer trip. ...
... money and religion. He himself is on his fourth currency as an Estonian.
Old Baggier is most insensitive to Jaan talking and not shutting up. The Yanks could use a few lessons on manners too.
After a couple of hours we got to the Bishop's Castle 5. It was founded in the 13th c but the modern reconstruction relates to the 17th c. The castle was never taken either due to its strength or nobody thought it was worth taking ie the ...
... to go to Karja Church, the oldest church on the island. A cold, austere interior was broken up by a colourful altar area. The church is dedicated to St Catherine, the stone wheel on which she was to be tortured to death [itself falling apart] featuring prominiently in decorations. It is a Lutheran place of worship.
Next up were the windmills at Angla. Over 800 used to dot the island's coast. Only four in the Saaremaa style remain, a fifth one built along ...
... 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.