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TravelPod Member ReviewsOldHouse Hostel Tallinn
We had a nice night in this hostel, even if the building looks a little bit old..
and free parking is available for customers.
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... selling tickets for the day. So I didn't get to see it. (Sorry, Kitty. I might try again before I leave Tallinn.) They did, however, have a display of tanks and armoured vehicles across the way from the museum, from Estonia's War of Independence. So I popped in to check those out.
The Land of the 10pm Sun
I made my way slowly back to the Old Town, walking through Schnelli Park on the way back, which has great views of Parliament and the Cathedral from outside ...
... up to the darkest ale - all seemed to be around 4.6%. The traditional snacks were served in a cast iron frying pan - pieces of crackling, pieces of pork, pieces of black bread and balls which tasted like cheese, but looked a bit like bread, so I'm thinking it is a very heavily cheese based dough formed in balls and deep fried, as was everything else. They were served with a mayo type dipping sauce. ...
... into 7 thanks to making friends with some very cool Estonians. We have stayed with a lovely couple our age, Sacha and Triin who have been the best hosts. Our first day was spent in Old Town which was built in medieval times and is really cool. The city centre is essentially a castle with cobblestones and little cute passageways. We had lunch with Sacha, Triin and their friend Lissi to a recently renovated trendy restaurant Pegasus for lunch which was fun. It was ...
... brought the eucalyptus oil that had been useful when I got bitten in China. Lesson learned. Top of the list for next holiday.
Anyway, we carried on with our free time sightseeing this afternoon, before meeting up with the others for a meal this evening. The food was good, we found out some interesting things about our table companions, and Hughie was getting sympathy all round.
Tomorrow we leave ...
... could learn alot from a small country like Estonia. I Went to their museum of occupation to see their side of the story from WWII to present under Soviet rule. The Soviets made a treaty ...