Radisson Blu Hotel Olumpia
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After 31 years on this earth, I finally made it to Europe! I never thought Tallinn, Estonia would be my gateway in, especially during late winter. Brrrr.
When we got in on Sunday, we did a little bit of exploring around our hotel, the Radisson Blu Olumpia, picking up some groceries at Stockmanns mega department/ grocery store and Smart …
... at a quirky little restaurant and the meal was fine. Got back on the ship at about 3 o'clock where we had a nice surprise, a note that the Captain has invited us to join his table this evening for dinner - a bit ironic as we consider ourselves to be almost freeloaders compared to many of our ship mates! Will let you know how we get on tomorrow. We leave Tallinn tonight and set sail for Gdansk but don't arrive there until Friday morning so a day at sea ...
... feel completely separated by their strategic locations. This allows you the opportunity to experience an uninterrupted view of old medieval Tallinn or an uninterrupted view of violent and oppressive Soviet occupation Tallinn. Estonia’s tourism slogan states that it is “Positively surprising” and they have hit the nail on the head, well, as long as you are looking toward the Old Town and not the soviet town where it is “horrifically surprising”. ...
... Peter the Great won the territory from Sweden in the Great Northern War (the same war he won the land where St. Petersburg now stands). In 1917, as the Russian Empire began to crumble and Nicholas II abdicated, Estonia declared its independence. But in 1939 the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact handed Estonia to the Soviet Union as Stalin and Hitler divided Eastern Europe. The Red Army moved in, a false rebellion was staged, in which the Estonian people "demanded to join the ...
... of people, with its huge (but grey...) beach. When we visited, it looked semi-deserted, but we managed to get a decent cup of coffee at the Grand cafe (check trip advisor) in the midst of an argentinian tango lesson.
Finally, close to the border with Latvia, we met with one of the trip's highlights: Sooma National park. A unique world of bogs, rivers, swampland and forest, where beavers, bears ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet