Old Estate Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... nii ärakeeramine kui ka jätkuv jupp on rajamärkidega tähistamata. Märgid tekivad mõne aja pärast. Üldse tundub tänase rajalõigu puhul, et GPSiga inimene ja värvipotiga inimene on liikunud mööda erinevaid trajektoore. Järgin enamasti GPSi, sest märgid on kuidagi eklektilised. Kas värvikokkuhoiu tõttu või mõnel muul üllal põhjusel on osa märke nähtavad alles siis, kui neil kõrval seista, eemalt rajalt paistavad heal juhul servad.
Before going to sleep I climbed to the wooden tower on the edge of the bog to see sunset. It was bright orange and lilac.
Morning is bright then clouds start to form. After the bog the trail passes Mustjärv (black lake) and Valgejärv (white lake). These two are less than 2 km apart, one has very dark water due to many minerals, the other is with chrystal clear water because lack of these.
At Rebasmäe are a group of youngsters who offer me cake. Good, ...
... bus turned up on time and 45 minutes latest I got off at Izborsk.
Izborsk is one of the oldest towns in Russia, first settled by Varangian (basically Vikings headed east) adventurers in the 10the century. Today it is a sleepy village that has the remains of the oldest Kremlin (fortress) in Russia. After a short walk north from the bus stop I found the Kremlin. It was absolutely stunning. The stone walls are quite high and several metres thick, and encompass numerous ...
... towns in Russia. So I'm going from one of the newest towns straight to the oldest. The train left Vitebsky Station at 6:45. I booked myself a window seat so I could see the countryside. There were six seats to a compartment and all the seats in mine were occupied. As the train left the station, I felt a sense of excitement that my journey was continuing but still a little sad to be leaving St Petersburg.
... of duels – 29 in total) and his death is considered a catastrophe for Russian literature. He is buried at Svyatagorsky Monastery, quite close, and we visited his grave as well.
We also visited Izborsk, a town near Pskov with one of the oldest stone fortresses in all of Russia (the largest tower was built in 1330). The fortress afforded lovely views of the countryside and, as I love castles, it was fun to walk around. We ...