How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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... in Tallinn with many young people dressed in their finest having photos with their friends and families. This added a really nice touch to our day. We now had about an hours walk back to port and not wanting to miss the boat we put our heads down and made it back before the "all aboard" time. Really enjoyed Tallinn and would love more time to explore it and Estonia as a whole, it has such a great mix of old and ...
... labeled in English and Russian as well, and allergens listed. The Riga one we visited was huge, and extremely busy. This one was smaller, and moderately busy with a wide range of people. We then went onto a concert of flute, mandolin and piano in a church, which was lovely and dreamy. Tomorrow we are off to Russia, so although will get a whole month in the same country, we will findit much harder to read signs, etc, so it feels like the start of a whole new ...
... he realised that the entire plan was for the night itself and not the next day, he flared and the reason was obvious. I had just shattered his idea of snuggling into his bed. Seeing the reaction, my ideas hid in some deep corner of my mind and I decided to go to our apartment with my only friend on this part of the continent. Warm shower took our tiredness away in few minutes and within few seconds we were in our world of ...
... flights using Expedia booking reference. Finnair and Air New Zealand have different policies for online check-in and I am worried I'll miss something important...
There is a lot more I am worried about, but I guess it is not the place and the time to talk about it. Tomorrow 12:00 our ferry goes to Helsinki, where we start our 29 hour flight to Christchurch with pit-stops in Hong Kong and Auckland.
One can spend a full day at the Museum of Occupations. There are about 8 archival documentaries of 25-28 minutes each with interviews of victims, men forced into battle, widows and even a German soldier. The exhibit covers the two Soviet occupations and the German one. A temporary exhibit also describes ...