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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... saving Tallinn from a far worse fate when Russia started it's second round of bombing with the scraps that were left of it's fleet.
With 70% of the country being atheists and most of the rest are pagans so erecting anything with a cross is really wasted on them. The unwelcomed WWII memorial monument for most is a stark reminder of the German occupation with it's similarity to the German Cross. The irony is that this monument can withstand a nuclear attack but can't handle ...
... the Town Hall, Thomas used to walk the city walls handing out candy to the good boys and girls of Tallinn. Unfortunately when Thomas passed the boys and girls no longer felt motivated to be good so the city fathers mounted him on top of the Town Hall where he could keep an eye on all the children, advising their parents who to give candy to. From the Town Hall we made our way to the Upper Town where we visited the Russian Orthodox ...
... of the fortifications and significant military events. The tours are run by the Tower Museum Kiek in de Kok We had lunch on the tower walkway and then Kadi showed me many more attractions. The St. Nicholas cathedral was interesting with the fabulous wooden folding alter from the 1400s. They were having an organ recital at the time also. We ended the day at the Sea Plane Museum which is ...
... for eating outside; inside was like a cave with a warm atmosphere, black & white framed photographs on the walls and Italian music!
I had something else in mind for coffee and dessert. Remember Chocolaterie Pierre in the Master Craftsmen Courtyard?
Again, I wasn't tempted to sit outside and I'm glad of it. The interior is a ...
... and tried to get a table at three or four reasonably priced restaurants nearby, but all were full up for the entire evening with reservations and turned me away. Not exactly the friendliest welcome to a city, I must say. Anyway, in desperation, I finally bit the bullet and wandered over to the main square, where I I had the most ridiculously overpriced dinner imaginable at a restaurant that billed itself authentically Estonian and yet thought that the Beatles 1 album was the ...