Meriton Old Town Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 8221; as the story goes that when the tower guards got bored they’d look into the kitchen windows of the houses below to see what the women were cooking for dinner.
There’s an arch way leading from the Danish King’s Garden to a steep and narrow alley that opens into the little square at the top of Dunkri Street, where the Merchant’s House is situated. We finished the tour at Town Hall Square where the market was now in ...
... opereerimise tarbeks. Et vältida Soomes juba esinenud olukorda, kus kogu varustus oli täis musti näpujälgi. Kindlasti loobivad ka eestlased prügi maha, aga mul tuleb siiski tahtmine esitada tiraad rahvuse, konide ja gravitatsiooni vahekorrast. Seltskond pakib õnneks kolad kokku ja venib minema.
Ennist tulles jäi silma sild. Jalutan tagasi. Sild on liiga kõrgel, kuid ühest nurgast pääseb kivide pealt veeni. Hea, et on kaasas sinine veekott.
Enne õhtusööki ...
... and seen for a pittance of entry fee whereas the big town museums like Rijksmuseum ask a handsome fee to explore pieces not quite so old or significant but maybe better known. There were not just painted artwork but sculptures and silversmith work form the Guild time, long before Christianity got to Estonia. We really were impressed at this work not for the religious point of view but the detail given and the condition it is kept. They are State ...
... a mistake as we decide to go and see the Bronze Soldier, a Russian soldier that had proved the focus for Russians so much so that it was decided in 2007 to move it to a military cemetery. It didn't look far on the map but proved to be a good couple of miles then difficult to find but eventually we do! A quicker walk back to town but it has taken 2 hours! A welcome beer in Drink bar, then back to try again for the painting one euro conceded but that's ...
I would never have thought that there were so many things to see here. Not only did we extend our stay by one day (out of 2 weeks that's a lot!), but even with that we didn't stop for a moment, and on the last evening we were truly exhausted. The list of things to do was long and was getting longer all the time.
I kind of regret having seen so many things in a hurry. In particular I didn't know that the Lennusadam, the old seaplane harbour transformed into a ...