Fra Mare

Address: Ranna tee 2, Haapsalu, 90403, Estonia | 3 star spa
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This 3 star spa, located in the Venice area of Haapsalu, is near Saaremaa Museum, Estonian Railway Museum, Lihula Village, and Ants Laikmaa Museum.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Haapsalu

        Episode 12

        A travel blog entry by bennybeanbear on Aug 25, 2015

        85 photos

        ... proved to be quite interesting and unique. It has a display on the foundations of roads and different types of roads. There are the tarmac ones we are all used to all over the world, but here too are ‘swamp’ roads. We have seen quite a few of these in Russia and other places. Tree trunks are laid across the track, there are normal gravel roads and cobbled streets, and another unique one we’ve some across before is made with sawn pieces of tree trunk ...


        A travel blog entry by nipitiri on Jul 15, 2015

        2 photos

        ... against pink sky. Singing sand. First into the water, then some sand-songs, then goodbye. Some Brit is lost in Tallinn airport.
        Despite the late hour I make dinner to lighten my backpack. 20 kg is a bit too much even if it includes 3 liters of water. Some couples walk silently by.

        Hommikul ütleb raadio, et Keskkonnaamet soovitab suvist vaba aega kasutada Eesti metsadega tutvumiseks. No just.
        Puhkuse-eelne viimane tööpäev läheb lõpuks veidi lappama. ...

        Castles, churches, choirs and coffees

        A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 24, 2014

        13 photos

        ... street, I was just in time to see a parade of what seemed to be fire engines and their crews from across the district. Talk about good timing! *cough*. No idea what the parade was for. Or maybe they were all just going very slowly to one big fire somewhere.

        Soon I saw the grey stone walls of the castle. After grabbing a very nice coffee from Müüriääre café beneath the walls (which is also the literal translation of its name), I ventured through the main castle gate. Dating ...

        Secret Soviet Bunkers and more!

        A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 05, 2014

        64 photos

        ... 100km) for tomorrows run back to return the car and then catch the ferry back to Helsinki to link up with the ferry to St. Petersburg, Russia (Scary, considering we have only met one Russian so far, the t our guide, and we couldn’t communicate with her!).

        As a point of note we have hardly had any problem in any of the three Baltic countries with communication as most people also speak English (and German, Russian, French and their own ...

        The White Lady's fate

        A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jul 02, 2011

        4 photos

        ... Now Olle comes from the same town as Harry and Siw and he was amazed to learn that they were in the vicinity. I promised to forward his mobile number next time I was on line so that they could text each other. I also chatted to the owners of ‘Summertime’ , a German couple whose names I don’t have but who we will doubtless see again as they are from Fehmarn and are due back roughly the same time as us. And so, talked out, to bed.