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After camping in the rain for 2days this is heaven. All the things one would normally expect, fluffy towels, fluffy bathrobes, hot water, warmth, lovely wine and good food, oh bliss.
Only 3stars given because the attitude of the staff in the restaurant and bar was......... er well, to be polite not the best I have encountered
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Raining again. Left Kolka and headed for Parnu Estonia. Uneventful, rained and tyres ok. Rather cold, all thermals come out again
... the scenery was quite dramatic, We finally found a hotel in Parnu,Estonia,alittleout of our price range,but we were cold and wet so bit the bullit. Now warm and fed and clean,relaxing before our trip to Narva tomorrow on theEstonia - Russian ...
... was very friendly. After dinner we had a walk through the parks and stopped to try some of the outdoor exercise equipment. This was okay, but we preferred the swing! We also walked along the beach and out a ways along the rocky sea wall. The sun was setting, sending swathes of colour across the sky; lilac, red and bright pink much like the un-sun creamed tops of Cat's legs! It was very beautiful and ...
Cat had an intriguing experience at 3.30 this morning, she woke up and went to go to the toilet but someone was in! Now there are only 4 rooms sharing our toilet so really what are the chances?! Anyway they took ages and then went into the shower: bazaar. Our bus to Parnu was leaving at 0845 so it was an early start and a half hour walk across town to the bus station. With some extra time we stopped to pick up some breakfast. The journey took 2.5 hours but passed quickly as ...
... atop Toompea Hill. It was established in 1900 and the cathedral is now a main place of worship for Estonia’s Russian Orthodox faith.
The fascinating anomaly of this place is that threaded through the Old Town are cutting-edge restaurants, stylish shopping, cafes and clubs. Modern day Tallinn is also known as a high-tech city with free wireless internet available practically everywhere and Estonia is known as the country that invented Skype.