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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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 ...
... but the extremely large lady was kind of putting her off it! It was a lovely sunny day with incidental and brief cloud coverage which was pleasant. We just lazed and relaxed. Cat put the suncream on her lower legs and her face while Ally chose to walk on the wild side and use no sun cream! When tea time was approaching there was a sudden rain storm so we huddled all our things together and sat under ...
... tourist information office was very helpful as we came away with an updated map and some recommendations of cheap eats. We had lunch at Georg which was a canteen style place. Afterwards we looked for Red Tower and found it but it was looking a bit rundown (and also shut). On the way to Parnu Museum we stopped to look at an archway which was erected to commemorate the building where the Independence of Estonia was declared. The building was sadly destroyed during ...
... 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. ...