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Travel Blogs from Tallinn
Tallinn, Estonia. 15th and 16th.
This is one of the most gorgeous little walled in cites I've ever seen. There is almost no traffic and a lot less tourists because its autumn. The flowers are in bloom, the berries are plentiful and all the local little shops are happy and speak English.
We arrived by Viking ferry yesterday, the trip was a …
After a bad experience with one of Wind Surf's tours in Skagen, Denmark, today we are doing Tallinn on foot along with our friends John & Sondie. The weather is perfectly clear with a high near 82 and we are off the ship by 8:30. The ship is running a shuttle bus from the pier to the city center since it's about a 30 minute walk.
Tallinn’s medieval Old Town is known around the world for its well-preserved completeness ...
... find the street and the guesthouse, only to find that no-one was there. When we booked it, we had to stipulate an approximate arrival time. It had been very much a guess, but we'd arrived half an hour early, despite the road works, so we just sat in the very nice garden and waited.
Eventually the manager guy turned up, but he only had limited English, and we needed to explain about the car and the bag with our camping gear, as we were hoping he could help us ...
... of all the different types of buoys, sailing boats, ice boats and military guns. The guns were not roped off or anything so we could climb all over them and turn them round etc. Most of the boats and buoys were suspended from the ceiling which meant you could get a full look at them from the mezzanine walkway or from the floor. They had the "Limbet" submarine which was open to walk all around which was very exciting. On the ground there ...
... bus. Then there is the fact that you don’t have to go to an airport on either side. This morning I walked to the Balticskaya station where the bus left from, a 20 minute walk which I didn’t mind early in the morning. At arrival in Tallinn I walked another 20 minutes which again I didn’t mind after a 5 hour sit. The border crossing from Russia to Estonia was a simple affair with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed