Radisson Blu Hotel Olumpia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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A big sleep in this morning, well 15 minutes extra anyway. And why, when I turn on the tv, all I get is Bladder Gate - I'm sick of it, what else is happening in the world!
Toured by coach the new town of Tallinn. Drove along the Baltic Sea to the location of the sailing for the Moscow Olympic games, hence the name of our hotel. Not much …
... able to snag a seat right at the front of the ferry. Huge windows that look out to sea. Below the windows is a performance stage, then banked seats with tables. All very impressive but RSL clubbish. The best they had for breakfast was a cinnamon roll and cappuccino; we weren’t going to go to the bistro. The crossing was uneventful just slow, two hours drags out and one gets tired of looking at water. Once we disembarked (after another long walk from boat to terminal) we ...
... a cream cheese filling. A little bit of lemon and fresh dill topped off the rich but delicious course. At the same time, Leslie ordered each of us a large mug of beer…a one-liter beer! At first, I could barely raise the mug. The mug contained Saku beer, a locally brewed variety.
Our main course consisted of roast pork with French fries (seapraad friikartuliga). That had to have been the best pork I have had in quite some time. ...
Me and Miglė went to the quiz night at Aurelija's house the other night, she's been there 3 times, I've been there twice, shouldn't be a problem. Miglė for some reason decided against ringing aurelija when we were outside and decided she would just ring the flat, when there was no answer we broke in thanks to a smoker outside. Climbing the stairs and knocking loudly on the door, turns out we were in the wrong building. Impressive of Miggles though she ...
... we didn't have much time left before we had to be back at the port to board the ferry back to Estonia. We decided to wonder back to the port through a park on the edge of the city and enjoy the views of the sea while kicking up the fallen leaves. We had a pretty good view of Helsinki from certain areas of the park and even managed to glimpse the sunsetting on the water. Unfortunately the walk took a little longer than we'd planned and the panic of missing the ferry set ...