I'm thinking of using our two-week Christmas holiday for some light low-budget travelling. Was thinking of taking the ferry over to Tallinn from Stockholm (I'm assuming one exists, here), with our car, and then driving back the long way around.
I'm not a driver, only my partner is, and we'd be intending to visit Tallinn, Riga, Kaunas, Gdasnk, Rostock, and Copenhagen. (okay, not necessarily all of these). Since I'm not a driver, I'm wondering if folks think it's doable to do all the driving for this trip AND have enough time to relax. We'd also probably be planning to camp (not sure if there will be snow that far south though).
What do you guys think? We'd need at least a day of non-driving in between every day of driving.