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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Bern Tallinn
It's quite a nice hotel at a reasonable price, located at the entrance of Tallin's beautiful Old Town. Staff is really friendly and helpful, rooms are clean.
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Nossa viagem até Tallin, Estônia, começou em uma cabine de um ferry que saiu de Estocolmo. Por EU110, você faz uma espécie de um mini-cruzeiro, com direito a free shop, night club, restaurantes, cassinos, passeios pelo convés. Saímos às 17 horas, chegamos em Tallin eram 10:45 da manhã (Tallin tem uma hora a mais que Estocolo e Oslo).
... hurricane! There's velvet, wood, zebra skin on the wall, old lamps, crooked chairs, different rugs....it was great! To top it all off, Charles Aznavour was playing non-stop. It was a most pleasant and inviting coffee shop, the dessert and coffee were delicious but the chair was so uncomfortable. If I didn't have a plan for the evening, I would've ...
... We headed into the town and wanted to check out some local cuisine. We were guided to a Medieval themed, restaurant and found it in the middle of the town area. We entered the dark three story building, lit only by candle light and met with staff dressed in old time costumes. We decided on an old time apparent feast and after Matt was crowned the feast master and broke bread with the waitress, we got ready to eat. We were presented with a range ...
... sure to get a map from your hotel (most have free maps available).
I walked around and visited the St. Nicholas Church Museum which is where the famous "Danse de Macabre" is housed. It is a 15th century artistic masterpiece and depicts a conga line of officals each holding hands and dancing with skeletons and corpses. The painting features the pope, king, queen, bishops all the way down to the lowly and it's meaning signifies ...
... and were for the first time insisting on independence. On August 23, 1989, more than a million people joined hands to create a 600-km-long human chain - called the Baltic Way - from Tallinn through Riga, Latvia, to Vilnius, Lithuania, a formidable show of solidarity in the drive for freedom of the Baltic countries. Finally, in 1991, Estonia declared independence, and the weakened Soviet Union was not in a position to object.