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TravelPod Member Reviews16EUR Hostel Tallinn
Only been here for a few hours. Clean, quiet so far. Great location, hard to find so write the directions down. They are easy to find on the website.
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Have had a relaxing time on board mixed with interesting visits. After Oslo we went to Gothenburg, Sweden and went to some old fishing villages that are now holiday homes for the wealthy Swedes and Danes around the west coast. It was also the home of Volvo. The car area of Volvo is now owned by the Chinese. Also learnt interesting things about the history and everyday living there. They used to be able to bucket up herrings straight from the beach. We went to the port area of ...
... by Rick Steves for a "cheap coffee and pastry" break, and weren’t disappointed.
Sherry and I then separated from Terry and Sandra, who wanted to do some more shopping, while I wanted to visit the Museum of Occupation. By then we were starting to run out of time, but we spent about 45 minutes at the recently built museum, funded by an Estonian American philanthropist. It basically tells the story of ...
... walk from the shuttle bus stop to the old town. It is a lovely town very reminiscent of the towns that we saw on our riverboat cruise in Germany. There are many little shops along narrow streets and lots of outdoor cafes with lovely window boxes filled with flowers handing from their rails. We stopped in several little shops on the way to the Town Hall Square. The square ...
... some postcards and stamps and then wandered around, looking for an ideal bar to sit and write them out. We spotted an Irish bar called Shamrocks (fancy coming to Estonia to sit in an Irish bar!) which had free wi-fi so we went in, ordered a pint each of their local beer, and sat outside in the shade to enjoy our drinks, people watch, write ...
... here or there or buy their goods. We ended up taking our host's suggestion to eat at Hell Hunt, a cheaper, less touristy bar, dubbed "the oldest pub in Estonia." Dishes ordered by our table: baked salmon, roasted vegetables, salted herring, sour cream and chive potatoes, fried Russian dumplings, local beer, water and everything was served with complimentary bread. By the end of the afternoon a lot of the tourists had left the Old ...