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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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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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... to them. Functional, maximising capacity but little to be considered of any beauty. But as we were told, a place to call home when there was little else on offer.
We certainly never felt under any threat or that we were being 'watched' or monitored in any way. We were never stopped and asked for ID and apart from a few bored guards at entries to various places and most Russians were pleasant and made an attempt to be helpful when asked. Probably ...
... House Hotel is in the middle of the Old Town on Dunkri street which is lined with restaurants, bars and shops, and just a two minute walk from the beautiful Town Hall Square and its gorgeous old mansions that were once the homes of the city’s wealthy traders. Packed with tourists of course but hardly surprising as the weather is perfect; blue skies, warm but not hot, and a soft breeze.
I wanted to locate the pick up place for my Tallinn ...
... but if you dont like bike pics, let alone all the scenery I post, just go to the next entry. Some weird old bikes here.
Once I'd had my look around for €3, I was off for the border, dodgy Latvia, as I was warned by Mr Hill, would be interesting, if not fun.
Now I cant load all the pics, but there are bicycles with engines on the wheel, they are antiques, but I saw one being ridden in ...
... economy. Big international companies are planting their brands throughout the country capitalizing on the favorable tax laws. George also explained that Lithuania is the first country in the world to have an electronic passport and that the citizens use their electronic ID to e-vote. A very progressive attitude for a country that not too long ago was behind the Iron Curtain and Russian rule. ...
... seems they are about $25,000 so maybe not.
After the day at Kadriorg we searched for dinner and found Wanna Wiipuri down some stairs and in a cellar. Lovely food and great staff and and accordion player to add to ...