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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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What can I say about Tallinn, Wow, It was a real surprise? This 12th Century City was quite a Beautiful City, especially in the Old part, the whole city has a wall around it. We booked the Hop on Hop off Bus but unfortunately the bus did not go into the old part of town, and unfortunately the old part was the part we wanted to see so we hopped on the bus, it took us halfway around and we hopped off close to the Old part of town, we walked around the city ...
... it's just a sandwich!!! Helsinki has 500,000 population and it is growing. A lovely city with plenty of parks ,statues, architecture and waterfront..over 100 km plus many off shore islands to recreate on. Most people seem to own some sort of boat. Helsinki was established in 1550 but the plague killed most of the population in 1710 then Alexander 1st of Russia moved the capital from Turku to Helsinki in 1812 when the Ruskies controlled the land. Today ...
... for any more things!!! There is certainly no shortage of restaurants around here! We have been given the name of an Estonian medieval restaurant, with very good reviews, which is called Hansa Restaurant, but I don't think we will go out tonight. I did not realise how noisy our previous rooms were until we came to the quiet here! I also spent the morning making sure the apartment was clean before we left, so I am a little ...
... thatched roofs and ladies with aprons which I never get tired of. I lucked out because two big tour groups were there so they had arranged a dance performance. It was so good and actually felt real since the dancers really looked like they were having a good time. I loved it. There was a giant memorial sculpture to a sunken ferry from 1994. Of course it was the same kind of ferry I took. I would not have slept at all on the boat if I knew about that. Sad and ...
... around. We took a walk in the park, had a coffee and cake, filling in time before catching our train to Tallinn, Estonia at 5.30 pm.
Tallinn is a beautiful, mediaeval town and our hotel was a very quirky 18th C building with exposed brickwork and swords and coats of arms in the halls. We wandered around town at midnight, grabbed a quick bedtime beer before heading back to crash.