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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In August, we took the Tallink ferry 'Baltic Queen' from Stockholm to Tallinn, Estonia. The trip was pleasant and our stay in Tallinn was fascinating. We spent our few days wandering about the picturesque streets of the medieval Vanalinn (old town), Rotermanni Kvartal and the rather obviously Soviet neighbourhood of Kalamaja which is an up and …
... on the main plaza set us back $50. And we gorged ourselves. And of course, there were dancing girls with drinks in costume. Oh dear god, I've become the person I used to hate. I always used to make fun of tourists that went to these places, but the food is amazing and it's right there waiting for you.
We found out there was an annual Festival of Light to celebrate the beginning of Autumn/ end of summer. We took a tram to a large ...
... 2000s. The tour included only the Old Town. I’m hoping to make it to the City Center during the week.
Here’s a glimpse of the sights I saw:
Town Hall Square & Town Hall
A view ...
... Monday when we sail to Helsinki. Hidden on a narrow street looking straight onto the city walls is a Ukrainian Catholic Church. A young boy took us in and showed us to the small crafts exhibition in the basement. The church was tiny but quaint and the young lad was very friendly and kind. We had a quiet evening; the England game didn't start until 1am so we decided to give it a miss and head to bed. Tomorrow is to be sunny and we want to make the most of ...
... street lamps lining the path to the viewing spot were all lit up, like something out of a Sherlock Holmes-era London. The streets were largely empty, aside from other tourists out to get that archetypal Old Town snapshot.
Back at the hostel, the three German girls who had been getting progressively on my tits since I arrived were packing their things and getting ready to get an early night (first time for everything - I'd already told one of them to "shut the **** up" the ...