|Sunset in Pärnu, Estonia|
|Just outside of our hotel|
We stayed at Spa Hotel Viiking for three nights. The hotel was rather calm, however, we found it kinda confusing. Nevertheless, the breakfast was filling and varied, which is a clear advantage of the hotel. Once we managed to wake up early enough to go morning swimming to a section of the hotel. We enjoyed the silence in the swimming area, but the sauna was way too hot for us. The hotel also included a water & sauna center “Viiking Saaga”, which was relatively new. My mother and I weren't too keen on that, because the air was a bit challenging to breath and there wasn't really room for swimming. It was an interesting experience to share the locker rooms with males even though there were separate little rooms for changing the clothes. Overall, the cost of the hotel met the quality of it.
|Who wouldn't enjoy sitting close to the water and admiring the sunset?|
What comes to Pärnu itself, it's a lovely seaside town, also known as the ''summer capital'' of Estonia. We enjoyed the small cafes and restaurants across the town center. We ate out a couple of times and let me tell you, the food was delicious! I was also a bit naughty as I ended up buying desserts and cakes. Oh well, that was before I truly started my fitness journey.
Overall, the four-day trip to Pärnu was totally worth it, especially as I got to spend quality time with my mother. Pärnu is a great place to visit, at least during the summer time. Go for it!