Three Sisters Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Another bright sunny day, warm. After breakfast we head into town, an easy walk to the medieval core, a network of cobblestones and alleys. The city is beautiful ,brightly colored buildings, hundreds of years old. We walk through the cobblestones streets, we keep meeting people who are doing the same Rick Steve walking tour. A family from Wisconsin turns us on to a website Gate 1 where she gets great deals, they are true world travelers, We are going to ...
... was a bit of an exercise as I had to stop, fight to pull my camera out of my full backpack, take the photo, get everything back into the pack and get back on the bike. But the scenery was too beautiful not to. At one such photo stop, the biggest mosquito I had ever seen landed on me. It was at that point that I realised I had forgotten to bring my bug repellent with me! Not a good idea to get bitten by a mozzie in another country so it made me a bit wary.
... worker back in the 70’s and had tales to tell! She was more than a tour guide, she was a living historian of a real experience.
... HQ has been redeveloped as apartments but the locals still believe it is a Russian listening post with microphones in all the walls so most of the owners are foreigners. Much of the tourism is from Finland with them conducting buying sprees & also taking advantage of cheaper medical & dental care costs in Estonia.
It was good to hear about life in Estonia & the attitudes & practises. They are very self contained people & value their personal ...
... and she smiled some more. We walked along to an old prison that closed 10 years ago. We decided to buck the trend and break into it. It was fun exploring around, and being on the coast we got to enjoy the sea view. We then checked out the Balti Jaam Market where old Russian folk sell everything from homemade jam to 'antiques'. You can buy anything there and it was really fun to walk through a market from the Soviet days, and they say it won't be around much longer. We ...