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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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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... As for the area we saw, they were in the middle of a festival, so a craft market was in full swing - lots of locally made products - pick- pockets every where! We know 3 or 4 people who got picked just walking around the festival - we've heard of people who lost credit cards and pass ports - not pretty - funny but this wasn't one of ...
... had a bed of wide, flat French fries. There were four very thick and generous slices of pork. The accompanying reddish-clear sauce complimented the pork well. Neither of us could eat it all. We took a large portion home for dinner.
After lunch, we stopped in the Town Hall Pharmacy, the oldest continuously operating pharmacy in all of Europe. I got in on the last of a tour, but I really did not hear anything substantial about the shop other ...
Today was our first full day in Tallinn and we were planning on getting up early and heading out....so 8:30 we woke and by 10:15am we were heading out...! The dark mornings have got all of us out of routine....unless you set an alarm it is hard to wake at a normal time...! Not too worry we headed out to a cold morning in Tallinn....it had snowed overnight so the streets had a fresh coat of white over everything.....this soon changes to black slush ...
... we bugged out down to the bottom of Estonia in a place called Parnu. It was quite nice and cheap and the lady gave us the Baltic States Camping Guide to all the campsites in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Before leaving Estonia, let me tell you about the roads…. ****; the drivers…. Crappier – seriously they overtake whenever. There is a gap, let’s go. Doesn’t matter if the gap is 150m ...
... matched that of the tower. The museum was free with the Tallinn card, which I was glad for as I wasn’t that impressed with it. It was advertised as covering the whole of Estonian maritime history, and technically it did. But the bits I found most interesting, the displays covering the stone age to the medieval period, were very few. There weren’t a lot of artefacts from any period and most displays seemed to be model ships. I’m still ...