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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... the ocean roll by.
The duty free store was packed but I slipped in quickly and bought a bottle of Sangre de Toro (Bull’s Blood) tempranillo and a half bottle of Salmiaki (which I’m hoping is a brand name of Salmeri - at least it looks like Salmeri) for the hotel room, then back to my seat. Bought a couple of shots of Salmiaki from the little cafe (and yes, it is the same as Salmeri), topping them up surreptitiously from my duty free ...
... Aga ära pole ka midagi kuivanud. Pilved on lillad ja taevas sinine. Püüan tulutult vett keeta, aga saavutan peamiselt palju tossu. Isegi Soomest ostetud imepallid ei aita. Saan vee siiski sedavõrd soojaks, et kannatab pudru ja kohvi jaoks kasutada. Jalgrattur alles norskab. Kui ükskord ärkab, siis teeb ruttu ja on enne mind läinud.
Rada läheb kuni järgmise lõkkekohani läbi jõeäärse heina, kus oleks kohe võimalus uuesti läbimärjaks saada. ...
After a refreshing sea day it was back into the swing of sightseeing. We arrived in Tallinn Estonia and, like Oslo, we ported within a short walk to the town's centre. Tallinn's old town is made up of an upper old town (Toompea Hill) and a lower old town (All-linn) as well as more modern commercial area like any other city. This morning we walked straight past Stout Margaret Tower (also known as Fat Margaret's ...
... large shopping centres, tall shiny buildings, and apartment blocks. It feels like the most Westernised city we've been in since Berlin, though, as you'll see by the photos, the trams aren't particularly swish. On Thursday we did a lot of walking, from bus station to flat, from flat to Post Office to collect letters, from PO to port to find a market, found it was less market like than expected, though they did sell hummus (first since leaving home), so ...
... br> Amber is widely sold but it is found on the Baltic shores of Vilnius and Gdansk, Poland not Tallinn. I read up about it a bit before leaving and it seems there are well-made fake ones and you’d have to lick and taste the stone to determine if it’s real or not. I won’t be trying that method. They also sell other trinkets that are of ...