Saaremaa Spa Hotel Valss

Address: Kastani 20, Kuressaare, Saaremaa, Muhu Archipelago, 93815, Estonia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kastani 20, Kuressaare, is near Kali Meteorite Crater.
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Travel Blogs from Kuressaare

Island stay

A travel blog entry by linda.g on Sep 15, 2015

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After leaving Tallinn, we drove to Saaremaa Island, crossing via a vehicle ferry. Our accommodation didn't eventuate, so we booked into a spa hotel in Kuressaare, which was really good. The spa, pool and sauna were included in the price, and so nice to indulge in. On Monday we explored the small town, which was on the coast. The fortress was unfortunately closed, but it was interesting to walk around the buildings and the ...

Living beside the castle

A travel blog entry by silo on Aug 05, 2015

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... Kuresaare. The second transfer on water took less than one hour. We have seen a couple of people on bicycles with more or less adequate equipment. We are propelled by an engine and they have to pedal all the way - that is quite an achievement as there is lots of winds and little distraction for the eyes

More or less the same situation concerning traffic and roads, some more curvy roads on the west side. We finally arrive at the ...

Farting in general directions

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 26, 2014

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... the rest of Estonia, before capitulating and being divided up between the Bishop of Ísel-Wieck and the Order of the Sword Brothers.

The exhibition on the Soviet era on the islands was interesting and very detailed. The Soviets used the islands as top secret military bases. Mainland Estonians weren’t even allowed to come to the islands without permission from the Soviet authorities. Housing missile batteries and radar stations aimed at the west, the ...

Island Hopping in Estonia

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 25, 2014

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... had time to finish my schnitzel lunch before we docked and had to get back on the bus. I have to say after I finished eating, I felt a tad apprehensive given what happened the last time I ate before a ferry crossing. But this wasn’t Siberia I kept telling myself. Totally different situation.

The bus took about another hour or so to get to Kuressaare, including driving across the causeway that now connects the islands of Muhu and ...


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 22, 2014

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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 ...