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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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48 rubble bought 1 Australian dollar ... making it a relatively cheap place to visit. Beer was very cheap but wine was generaly expensive. 1L of fuel was less than a dollar. Speed limits are 60km/hr in towns, 90km/hr on highways and 110km/hr on motorways.
Our few hours in Estonia this afternoon were mainly spent on the bus but we really enjoyed the rural views of green meadows, farm animals and the occassional glimpse of the Baltic Sea. ...
... to explain this place as it is the definition of eclectic. The bar is in an old green wooden house with tables and chairs out front on the sunny verandah.
The first thing you see when you walk up the stairs is a hopscotch grid painted on the concrete floor. Above this a huge multicoloured butterfly has been painted onto the wooden ceiling with a slowly rotating electric fan coming out of its head. To the right are a couple of old lounges with a ...
... Friday 24th All day at sea as we head toward Lithuania for an 8.00am arrival on Saturday 25th. The wind has come up as has the swell, around 2 metres and there is a gentle front to back roll that has the effect of less people at the restaurants, not sure why!! Spent the morning lying out on deck reading, then a nap and then a 6 kilometre walk around deck. Cocktails on the aft deck and time to get ready for dinner. The seas have settled down and the forecast is good. New horizons ...
... We spent the morning wandering the streets of the old town taking in all of the sites from the Viru Gates, St Nicholas Church, Alexander Nevsky Cathedral and Toompea Castle, we also walked along the top of the Kiek en de Kök, the stunning fortress that was built in the 15th century to protect the old town. It was then time for lunch, we enjoyed some traditional meals, Tim had wild boar and potatoes and ...
... the morning and large groups were bussed the 1km or so to the Old Town. It was quite manageable at this time of year when other tourism is still quiet but it must be so busy at times. Luckily the ships leave again in the afternoon so ...