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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Town Hall Square is full of stands selling all these items and then in the evening, the Square is vacated and it starts all over again the following morning. In the evening the restaurants in the Square liven up with music and entertainment. Most people sit outside with the heating lamps and if necessary, blankets are provided. I forgot to mention the ...
... boasts a population of about 400,000 but caters for 9 million visitors annually. 9 million!! Today we caught the hop on hop off bus which took us to the outlying points around this city. The TV tower that is 318 m tall, the botanic gardens, the seaplane museum, the yacht club, a couple of memorials for significant souls and back to town. Then a walk into St Nicholas's church (Niguliste) where we marvelled at the artwork of the 1400s & 1500s. These truly ...
... cafe however gave very tiny portions which we didn't fancy much! We decided to continue with our walk and just keep our eyes peeled. After a pleasant walk through the rest of the park we reached the Tallinn Song Festival Arena. It was very different to the one in Tartu; for a start it is standing only for the audience rather than the amphitheatre benches. It is also much larger with a stage capacity of 15,000 and the audience up to 85,000. During the song festival ...
Today we decided to go for a walk around old town. It was really pretty. Houses were very old but nicely renovated and painted in bright colors and streets were made of gobble stones. The old town of Tallinn dates back to 13th century. We stepped inside a really old Lutheran church and also Russian Orthodox church, just to look around and see what it looks like inside. Orthodox church was very ...
... chatting to them, and the two hours passed quickly. It would be wrong to say that we were the last vehicle off the ferry, but as luck would have it we were about the third or fourth last off. Still, we were in no hurry, but it meant that we were disgorged into rush hour Tallinn with the traffic already swelled by the other vehicles from the ferry. We looked at a possible wild camp, which was actually a car park costing €9 per day, and decided that ...