Radisson Blu Hotel Olumpia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... few hours, then hopped back on and then off again at the Port. We actually didn't use the bus for what it was intended.
Most of the building were maintained well. We came across a market in the middle of the old town square. I think I frustrate Geoff as I’m always happy to look and not buy anything. I’m sure that I’d frustrate him more if I bought everything that I looked at. It was a beautiful sunny day. We had coats on but no jumper on. ...
... name of a recommended company so off 10 E. From airborne to Tallin to arriving at the hotel was an hour. It was a Saturday so traffic was light.
Got in at 1750. I have a roomie. A meeting at 1800! Upstairs to use the facilities and back down to meet Simona, a Lithuanian gal doing the tour. She's somewhere between drab and low key, neither a great attribute by my guiding standards. Gave her the manifest; gold star as no questions. Only 8 of 17 around, the ...
We awoke to rain battering the skylight and promptly rolled over to go back to sleep, hoping that when we awoke the sun would be out. Alas, this was not to be, but we did enjoy the extra lie in! We got up and bought bus tickets and then a snack lunch from the shop. We had just enough time to finish sorting our photos before it was time to collect our bags from the hostel and travel to Tallinn. The journey felt a bit ...
... to supply other parts of the Old Town fortifications. Had a nice tour through there. It was used as an air raid shelter during the 2nd WW, a nuclear bomb shelter during the Cold War, punks used it to escape police during the Soviet times, and until 2005, the homeless used it to escape the harsh elements.
We headed off to a very large beer hall to drink beer and discuss tactics for the next few days' travel. A lot of the attractions ...
... the perfect location and they went way beyond to help us.
Next day we went for the hoho bus ride which became bit boring as part of the ride to the harbour and commentary was repeated in all the rides. Afterwards we rested till 3 pm and we walked to Skybar Radisson where we had few drinks and food, which were very nice, watched the sunset and the panaramic views of Tallinn, we also watched ...