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... drove out along the coast to see the cliffs, and through some small villages. We also saw some restored windmills (5), but the wind was blowing strongly, so it was quick pics and move on. The afternoon was taken up with a spa treatment for me, and a massage for Ron. We had dinner in a lovely restaurant located in an old windmill. It served traditional Estonian cuisine which was yummy, and the local beer was also very good as ...
... Kuresaare. The second transfer on water took less than one hour. We have seen a couple of people on bicycles with more or less adequate equipment. We are propelled by an engine and they have to pedal all the way - that is quite an achievement as there is lots of winds and little distraction for the eyes
More or less the same situation concerning traffic and roads, some more curvy roads on the west side. We finally arrive at the ...
... for gunpowder weapons in the 17th century. The keep has two towers, the taller being the Hermann tower. The inside of this tower can only be reached by going up a very narrow staircase and crossing a drawbridge overlooking the castle’s privy pit. It was designed as a last defense point for the castle, but legend says that condemned criminals were thrown to lions kept at the bottom of the pit. A legend it may be, but when you cross the bridge today, I ...
... also very basic: shared shower stalls, no shower curtains and little privacy. Not that that turned out to be an issue given the paucity of guests.
I headed out to see the town shortly after. Along the main street, Tallinna mnt., were several cafes and I stopped at one for a quick coffee before dropping into the tourist information centre. Armed with some maps and brochures, I made my way south until I hit the main reason why I had come here: ...
... Is this Explore or Explore for Geriatrics? Headed out by 0830 to break up the delay, letting the lazy horde have brekkie. Took some pix of the Bishop's Castle, including one for the blog itself. Chatted with Mike about diving in footie, recognized as a problem.
The town is pronounced coo-re-sar-ray. Our hotel manager cum tour guide Jaan said it has been unually warm this summer. Off we went on the bus.
We drove past the local ...