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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... next morning we wrapped up warm ready to brave the chilliness outside once again. WI thought we must be crazy as we set out to do the 2-3 hour walking tour. By the end of it the only thing which was keeping me going was the idea of hot chocolate with marshmallows which we'd been saving back at the hostel! Apparently these tours run all through the winter though, with some taking place in temperatures of -18C. Our guide once again started the tour by filling us in on the history ...
... Olav’s Church from a viewing platform
Kiek in de kok
15th century tower - town's fortification and hidden tunnels
Toompea Castle and Pikk Hermann Tower
St-Alexander Nevsky Cathedral
Danish King’s Garden
... from smoked sauerkraut, pate's, baked cheese, olives and other condiments, like onion jam, before we dived into ox fillet, bear and Elk sausages and baked salmon. Nice?..... Yes... was it worth the €49 each for the feast...No. Back home for an early night. Hope to see more of the harbour tomorrow and set about getting ready to enter Russia..there is a nervous apprehension about driving in, but we are excited about the adventure to ...
... Coben book I was still reading and leave it on the doorstep the next morning on my way to the ferry terminal. I don't need it, so I'd rather a small business benefit from it.
There was just one more thing to tick off the list in Tallinn: watching the sun set from one of those viewing points up on the hill in the Old Town. On the previous night I'd noted it getting dark at about 9:00pm, so I figured getting there at 8:00pm should do it. One small snag: I'd just bought a new Lee ...
... 8217;, & climb the steps up the perimeter walls to Toompea Hill & Castle. There is a lot people (4 cruise ships in port), & the area is a membrane of alleyways, somewhat mystic, with cobblestone paths, old churches & buildings dated back to the 11th century. Now appears set up for tourists, with plenty of galleries, cafes and restaurants on offer. We visit the Nevsky Cathedral, the Town & ...