Meriton Old Town Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... may have been a cellar storage vault or a dungeon some 600 to 700 years prior. Prior to entering the vault, one passed by a small bar from which the served beverages emanated. We both had a coffee.
The only furnishings consisted of nine or ten tables with chairs. The vault had a half-round structure, built entirely of stone blocks. At its highest point, the ceiling could not have been more than eight feet high. One lone window poked ...
... have to live and work together in close quarters and need to get on. Sea day yesterday was cool and a bit blustery but they had lots of activities on. John won a bottle of champagne with his ring toss abilities. We formed a great trivia group with people from Peru, Germany, Israel and Canada and talked of meeting again at tonight's trivia challenge as we got 16 out of 20. These trivia questions are from all over the world so it helps to have members from all over. They had a great ...
... was switching the washing over to the dryer, reading and having a few zzzzs.
We knew we’d arranged to meet Lloyd and Jan but neither of us could remember what time so I gave them a call and we agreed on around 5.45pm up in Adagio. We were all in total agreement that tonight was going to be a quiet one – they hadn’t felt particularly sparkly this morning either! So we had a drink then headed down to ...
... Tallinn is very pretty. It reminded us of the old area of Frankfurt. It is perhaps less well maintained, although obviously there is some restoration happening. They sell a lot of woollen products, but the wool is very hard (similar to Norsewear).
Our dinner choice was salt cod paste - like a very soft pate. Interesting, but not particularly wonderful. A salmon fillet followed.
... wise but today the roads were full of nutters.
Got safely to Tallin around 1pm, stopped in a park in the middle of the city for lunch then chilled for a bit as check in at the hotel was 2pm. Got to the hotel at 2 to be told that my room wasn't ready as check in was at 3 and I should have checked the website. So I got the cheerful cow on reception to check the website and it turns out I was right, check in is shown as 2pm....didn't make ...