Meriton Old Town Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tallinn
... walked down to the harbour, hopping over a rocky path to dip my toes into the Baltic Sea. So that's another one crossed off the bucket list. That part of town doesn't really have a beachfront, though there is one about a 15-minute bike ride away. It does, however, have ferry and cruise ships, a quiet walking path, and old crumbling ruins of the sort that look authentic rather than staged.
Just a short walk away was Paterei Prison, one of the oddest experiences of this ...
... ship is wonderful, all made on board, fresh each day. There are always ten or more varieties to choose from.
We had chosen a walking tour around the old part of Tallinn, which included Tallinn beer tasting and Tallinn nibbles (now there's a surprise)! We were told that 39% of Tallinn is covered in trees, and it shows. The old part of the city has many trees, and it was beautiful. Only part ...
... girls get served before guys and also Ally doesn't get served at all in Eastern Europe! We looked for a seat and asked a group of guys if we could join their table as the were only using half of it and were right in front of a screen. There was a great atmosphere for the game especially as there were some Brazilians in the pub dressed up and singing the national anthem. It was a good game and a fun first night in ...
Hughie got up this morning with a very swollen hand. Yesterday he felt he'd been bitten by a mosquito or something at the outdoor museum the night before. It's usually me who gets bitten by midges etc and he always escapes, but not this time.
The guide urged him to visit the nearby hospital today rather than wait and risk having to have it looked at later in Russia,.which would have been more complicated and ...
... and a pack of M&Ms and head to the register. All up, 7 bottles of beer and the M&Ms cost less than 13 Euro and one of the beer was an "expensive" sucker at 4.90 Euros.
Happy with that we headed back to the hotel for a relaxing evening of beers, M&Ms and charging the multitude of electronic equipment we have with us on this trip.
Tomorrow we are going to have a fairly easy day wandering around Tallinn before an early morning ferry to Helsinki on Sunday.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility