BEST WESTERN Hotel Rantapuisto
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... baby sardines. I think they were called Vadanes- typical Finnish food. The supermarkets have heaps of different preparations of salmon, including fresh salmon of course. So, we had pan fried salmon for dinner 1 day, with potatoes saluted in garlic butter, picked beetroot, and gherkins. Apparently a typical Finnish meal it tasted damn good anyway. I tried a few other Finnish foods- squeaky cheese(which is like haloumi), pastries made ...
... list. That's partly because the weather was so changeable and I didn't get to see anywhere near the monuments, museums and parks that I'd have done had the weather been better. The weather was extraordinary, in fact. I've never experienced such variations in temperature. On the morning of the walking tour (the one I finally managed to persuade Gary to join me on) we were burning in the noonday sun and then within thirty minutes, we were freezing and ...
Only had 45 mins in lounge here due to delayed flight from Madrid. Just enough time for a coffee and cake. This was a different lounge to the one we used on the way over which was poorly planned and over-crowded. Found out it was a temporary one and the one we were in today the new one. Should have taken some photos as the decor was amazing. Typically Scandinavian design with interesting light fittings and comfortable chairs. Left on time for our 9 + hour flight to ...
We got off to an early start today as we had to be checked in at the ferry terminal by 10am and I wanted to be sure to be there in plenty of time. After a simple breakfast of cereal and toast, we checked out and set off on what the lady at reception said was a five-minute walk. Twenty minutes later, we arrived at terminal D. These Tallinn people must all have jet packs! Still, we had an hour to kill as we were still very early (I'm beginning to get used to this!), which left ...
... not only tourists but living here and speaking the language. It's impressive how the newly arrived have learned the language.
Let's not forget the cost. Nothing, absolutely nothing is reasonably priced as we know it. There's no point in trying to cut costs here and there; everything is expensive.
Ok, back to the tour.