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 …
... to out-do them by singing their Madrid team theme song loudly...yikes!! I thought it was gonna get violent; what the heck were those old folks thinking? We had dinner at one of the touristy restaurants around the old town square, but it was pretty darn good. I had an Estonian dish that involved salmon wrapped in a sort of crepe, and Dennis had some lamb sausages. We have another 5am wake up tomorrow to catch our flight to Paris so we are making it an early ...
... to see why. When you first see the spirals of churches and cathedrals, the old cobbled paths and the classic housing that has been there since the year 1322, you really think that you are living in a dream. Our hostel was located right in the Old Town so we were able to locate it quickly. We checked in, dropped our bags and went out to explore this medieval wonderland.
The Old Town is set within the Old Town walls that used to completely encase the area to provide ...
... rear to me !
Back on board we dumped our gear and headed to the International Café for lunch - chicken salad, Prawn and something salad, grilled veges and a Flat White …my first coffee in days so hopefully it won’t create more congestion tonight.
In the afternoon I rested … this was a big day for me to be out and about in the sun shine and as much as I liked Tallin I was pleased to get back to the ship.
We sorted ...
... unfaithful women, or worse, the (dulled, but still quite) sharp spike tied to your neck that would dig in whenever you talk or swallow... And as a finale, all 25 or so of us were put into "hell" for a "spiritual cleansing" - a haunted house of sorts that was actually quite good!
Due to Kaarel's curiosity, we also went for a private tour of "the street of fallen women". We had no idea what "fallen" women meant - turns out it's the street ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet