Tallink City Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTallink City Hotel Tallinn
The Tallink City Hotel is a lovely, simple, clean and easily accessible hotel with decent amenities. The view is nothing to hone about, but it was a comfortable place to return to after a long day in town. Nice beds, clean and large bathroom. What more do you need?
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... went to listen to David Shannon who has played major musical/operatic roles ( in shows such as Les Miseables/Phantom of he Opera) sing. He was fantastic.
After dinner they went up to the indoor pool, decorated with large elephants ( see photo ) where they had a light supper before a little bit of dancing to the ships band who are really good.
Comment was made tonight - very easy to get institutionalised on a ship.
We arrived in Tallinn early in the morning following a comfortable night bus from Riga. A short trip on the tram and we were at our hostel. The good news was our beds were free, so we could check in straight away. We planned to sleep until half 10 and then go out to do the walking tour.
Fast forward to 1:30 and we'd just woken up! We went downstairs to have 'breakfast' and then set off for a walk around the old town.
Tallinn is a medieval town, with large parts of ...
... the Netherlands. The visibility is fine but we still can't see how a missile could reach a plane at this height. It will be sad to pass through Schiphol today. As we make our approach to Amsterdam the cloud cover increases. We are in for some wet weather. It was busy at Schiphol with no signs of memorials inside the terminal. Life goes on. We worked our way through the maze of the terminals B and C and eventually found gate 14C. ...
... the soviets so the children were not raised to go to church. Most churches are Russian orthodox or Lutheran. We visit St Alexander Novski church. We pass the guild building. This was super important in the day. You had to be a guild member to do business. One such skill was stone cutters who made stone marker for each home. It was placed out front and was like your address. Anyone passing by could tell who lived there ...