Strand Spa & Conference Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStrand Spa & Conference Hotel Parnu
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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... covered in the names of the fallen and commemorative sayings- that surprisingly I can't read!
Made famous by the healing properties of it's mud this little seaside town like so many others blossoms in the summer with the tourism boom but it's not nearly as crowded on the beach as I had expected.
Two mega resorts front the water with huge mud spas. This is the place to be if you really want to pay an absurd amount of money to play in the mud! ...
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 ...
... carved into some of the granite boulders making up the breakwater, during my long walk around Parnu yesterday afternoon. There were words and dates that I found intriguing as the breakwater had been laid in 1805, yet the inscriptions/graffiti had dates on like 1968 and 1973. The woman selling the museum entry tickets told me that they were mainly peoples' names and that they were just folk who'd wandered along the breakwater and wanted to leave their mark. One, ...
... Just like that. He must had had quite a crew with him.
Like almost every town on the Baltic coast, the town was a drawcard for the wealthy to undergo curative mud and spa treatments, so had many visitors. The platform is very long, and the waiting room huge and the whole building ...
... torrents of Estonian abuse, but you can probably now see why the highlight of my coaching career was trying, and failing, to maintain some semblance of order in the Ayr Grammar School Primary 7 football team for 5 minutes while the teacher took a phone call in the Headmasters office. We breakfasted as normal. Orange juice, coffee, muesli and in my case rectangular Finnish own brand weetabix. (Proper Weetabix has rounded edges. A ...