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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... and on that walk it became apparent that we’d have lots of company in the kind of walking tour that Cathy and I like to do. There were 4 ships in port today and a fairly small old town to explore, so we anticipated crowds. We decided to walk around the outside of the walls of the old town to the far side and work our way back to the ship, hoping that most people would start their tour at the beginning and we’d avoid the crowds. This worked very well in the ...
... Estonia is the least religious city in Europe. While its Old Town is full of beautiful churches from 1300-1600, most of them are now used as concert halls or art galleries. From town hall, we climbed up to Upper Old Town (the area is broken into two parts). After entering a second set of city walls, we saw the Pink Palace where the royal family lives, and a beautiful Russian Orthodox church, similar to what you’d see in Russia.
After our tour, we went to ...
We dumped the groceries back at the B&B and set off into town to update our extensive wardrobes. 4 hours later and two more bus rides and Carol had bought a new T shirt and socks while I had a new T shirt and jumper. The different number bus we caught back we worked out would get us to the Pub restaurant we had enjoyed on the first night in Tallinn. Well the bus got us there but the restaurant was SHUT, again it seems because ...
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 ...
... She had some excellent stories to tell about the Estonian history. They first gained independence in 1918. For one day. Then the Germans woke up and thought, hang on, we can't have this country gaining independence on us, we own the place! The Russians also thought it would be a good idea to make a grab for Estonia at this time, so Estonia ended up fighting a war of indendepence against two of the giants of Europe at the same time! Not a prospect ...