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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to hear what the guide said. The old town was really pretty though and the walk was definitely worth it.
... milk and eggs it was quite the invention to make it vegan friendly. When you think about the fact there was a Polish girl and an English girl living in a Lithuanian family home, who had a German dog and a Russian father the world really is a funny place, we nearly had half of the EU for tea. Maja had to join the AKS adventure as I was teaching on Saturday, we were suppose to be going to the Polish graveyard aptly described as 'The dead peoples park' I ...
... appeared to have a cross at the top. This cross was actually supposed to represent a medal which would have been awarded for bravery during battles. The monument wasn't exactly the most attractive I've seen, in fact its a bit of an eyesore which seems to be an opinion felt by many Estonians. It cost a whopping 7 million and was built by the Czechs who they are now in the process of suing! The reason it was so expensive is that the materials used are designed to withstand a ...
PICKING UP SPEED TOWARDS TALLINN
ARRIVAL AT TALLINN HARBOUR
I took a ...
... selling tickets for the day. So I didn't get to see it. (Sorry, Kitty. I might try again before I leave Tallinn.) They did, however, have a display of tanks and armoured vehicles across the way from the museum, from Estonia's War of Independence. So I popped in to check those out.
The Land of the 10pm Sun
I made my way slowly back to the Old Town, walking through Schnelli Park on the way back, which has great views of Parliament and the Cathedral from outside ...