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- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Smoking rooms available
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... working as a team. By the time we get back to Australia we will be a well-oiled family machine, perhaps ready for The Amazing Race family challenge!!
We were pleased to see that the rain had stopped by the time we left the escape room so we had a long walk through the town, getting a bit lost now and then which was nice as it got us off the beaten track. We saw more tourist shops than you can poke a stick at, each selling the ...
... woman already seated, feeling very awkward. The houses on the islands were mostly wooden built in the 19th century, but some modern apartments too. A couple of canals and a few bridges, the naturally protected harbour area was very evident during this tour. Finnish food, like much of northern Europe constituted lots of salmon (grilled and smoked), pickled fish (herring) and vegetables, but also lots of healthy food - mixed salads with cous cous and ...
... She very obviously remembered us.
After lunch, we walked back to the tourist information center. The women waited there while I ran up the hill about two blocks. I wanted to see if a store Leslie and I had visited in January was open. Unfortunately, it was not. My trip was not a total loss. I was able to photograph the blue door. It is simply a blue entry door to some apartments. I just liked ...
... about taking it down but it is too beautiful so it remains a controversial reminder of Russian occupation and rule both past and recent. Estonians generally hate the Russians but there remains a small population of Russians still here. We visit the Occupation Museum and have a wee laugh with Tom who at first thought it was about peoples work they do but that was soon straightened out. A fascinating account of the numerous times this city has been overrun and fought over ...
... it is right near the Fat Margaret Tower, the largest part of the city fortifications. The tower has 4 metre thick walls and was built to defend the port.
On our first evening we walked through the archway here and up ...