Parnu Airport Hostel
Travel Blogs from Parnu
... warp. Walking the streets in Parnu is like walking through an exhibit at a recreated open air museum. All of the shady boulevards with old wooden houses. It reminds me of turn of the century homes in Canada. Places I might visit on the trolley in the 1880's section of Fort Edmonton Park.
How unlike the Soviets, the old cemetery holds a monstrosity of a monument to those who died in WWII. Slightly out of place in this leafy cemetery the massive white ...
Well, somehow my photos got deleted from Tallinn, which was by far my most favorite city on this trip so far. It's like a town out of a fairy tale. Fortunately I backed it up to Facebook, but it's private so no one can see it. Send an email if you want me to send to you. Also the photos from Parnu, Estonia and Riga, Latvia were deleted but backed ...
... was an artist. Blimey! Did they go out with specialist tools, I wonder? Granite isn't the easiest stone to leave one's mark on and it must have taken them some time. They said a lot more that 'Ivan woz ere', as you can see from the photos included in this blog.
... ul>We have loved
- the countryside in spring
- the lovely architecture in the old areas of towns and cities
- the food - it is wonderful, as are the restaurants and
- the fabulous and great price coffee.
... neighbourhood of centuries – old streets housing towers and squares that looks like it was torn right from the pages of a story book. The area of old town can be explored on foot and given that it was raining again, an umbrella was also handy.
Our shuttle bus dropped us near the fortified walls of the Old Town. During the Middle Ages, power politics saw Tallinn constantly under threats of attack by one ambitious neighbouring country or another. ...