Meriton Old Town Hotel
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... numerous towers. Many of the streets are narrow and cobbled stoned. The Old town has retained its traditional use as a living city. Many restaurants and shops line the streets. We had tea in a really quaint restaurant. You felt like you were in a dungeon and the food, service and price was great. This morning we did two one hour hop on and hop off bus tours around the city. Unfortunate the tourist ...
... down a street lined with lovely old houses to the city’s park district. The Art Museum is here as well as a palace Tsar Peter built for his wife (apparently she thought it was too small and only visited it twice which seems a tragic waste - I’m sure I could be happy here), and the Presidential Palace which dates from 1928. There are also a number of apartment buildings; quite a large percentage of Tallinn’s 425,000 inhabitants live in these, ...
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Walk 10 non-planned kilometers for getting a hot shower and drying my stuff. Otherwise I would of stayed in the previous camp site. The accommodation place is a bit funny, has it's own special style but it's nice to have a roof above my head for a change, not to speak of washing and dinner cooked by someone else and not coming out of a can. A friend arrives to join me for dinner. Lovely.
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... Russian look about it. Inside it was just as nice, with mosaics of saints adorning the altar. What wasn't so saintly was the busker outside. His rendition of Smoke On The Water left a lot to be desired. He couldn't play it, so he was sounding out the tune with his own voice, joined by three tourists who joined in at the chorus. From there we made our way to the next church (there are one or two in Tallinn). The ...
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