Radisson Blu Hotel Olumpia
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- 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 …
... House comprises two adjacent properties that date from the 14th and 16th centuries and have been converted into a 37 room boutique hotel. The first room they showed me was a little depressing - one small window quite high up in the wall looking over a platform holding some air conditioning units. I asked for another room and they took me to one overlooking the hotel’s internal courtyard which was better. They also showed me one of the suites which was ...
... lendavad põllust ära paremale.
Kirikud on meil üldiselt teadupärast lukus, aga vähemalt on sellel siin ukse ees poole meetri laiune peavari.
Yahoo-ilm väidab, et sajab mitu päeva järjest, norrakad on endale kindlaks jäänud. Kuigi 12ni on jäänud ainult mõned minutid, panustaks ma siiski hea meelega norrakatele.
Pool üks tuleb kirikuõpetaja Anu kirikuust avama ja on mind nähes palju rohkem üllatunud kui mina teda nähes. Mul oli ju aega kõik sildid uksel ...
After a refreshing sea day it was back into the swing of sightseeing. We arrived in Tallinn Estonia and, like Oslo, we ported within a short walk to the town's centre. Tallinn's old town is made up of an upper old town (Toompea Hill) and a lower old town (All-linn) as well as more modern commercial area like any other city. This morning we walked straight past Stout Margaret Tower (also known as Fat Margaret's ...
... whoever she might have been - unseen) was the cake baker and she had obviously learned her baking skills early in life - great cake !! The host was actually a taxi driver who makes a few $$ on the side by opening his home to tour groups. Pretty simple formula and a money spinner for him. Good deal all round.
The final stop off was the Old Town of Tallinn. Very picturesque with rough cobble stone streets. Many older buildings but the ...