Radisson Blu Hotel Olumpia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... colours so it is quite cheerful even though it was another bleak day, around -2 degrees and sometimes lightly snowing. There weren't many people around but I imagine it could be busy in the summer or if a cruise ship was in.
We arrived in the town about 2:30pm and we had to be back at the ship no later than 5:30pm so it didn't leave very long to walk about but it is very compact so we managed ...
... nobility and the rich, while the lower area housed the poorer people. Parts of the wall remain and we were able to walk up onto the top of the wall to take photos of the new and old cities below. The streets were all cobblestoned and alleyways darted off this was and that. It is a stunningly beautiful part of the city. The new side is like any other developed Western city - malls and shops which opened up in the 90's after Estonian independence, but there are still ...
... All the staff are dressed in period costume too. The girl behind the counter offered me a free shot of their pepper schnapps and instructed me on the proper way to drink it (i.e. with your other hand on your head to stop the knowledge leaking out). I decided to have dinner in their attached restaurant which is also, very medieval themed. It's lit only with candles and all their dishes use recipes up to 600 years old. I ordered a half litre of their honeyed dark beer ...
... closing for the day. We had a nice cream in compensation. We walked to a Mormonism for lost sailors near the waterfront and left behind our painful Rhode Islander, Bob. We said goodbye to Beata our second guide In the evening we had a pleasant chicken meal at the hotel and showed our Swiss friends pictures of the Tweed Valley and Coast. "Now that's a beach," Retiring early we geared up for a 4 am wake up and a 5 am taxi ride to the ...
... a busy schedule to meet with us. And he walked from the Embassy to do so.
Some details from his official State Department biography:
Jeff Levine was nominated by President Obama as the next U.S. Ambassador to
Estonia on Feb. 17, 2012 and confirmed by the Senate on March 29, 2012.
Joining the Foreign Service in 1985, he is a member of the Senior Foreign
Service with ...