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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Room service
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The scary steps
I reached the top
A view of the city
I was pleasantly surprised when my walk led me to Muurivahe street which I had mentioned the other day. It houses a number of galleries, handicraft workshops and cafes. Wool and linen wear are sold at ...
... a couple of bars before stopping for a pizza. Mo experiments with Finlandia pizza with reindeer meat. Tastes fine! We then head across town to another recommended ale house, nice place but not many people so we opt to check out the pub bar opposite for the football. Just in time to see Germany score first goal, get a drink and sit down and the next four goals go in in ten minutes. Poor Brazil the final score is disastrous ...
... area of Tallinn that a lot of people are starting to move into and it's being revitalized. There are a lot of older wooden homes as well as a former Soviet piano factory that still makes custom pianos today, and an old public Sauna. Saunas are quite popular in Northern European cultures. Lastly we walked along a bit of the harbor that has some old Soviet relics and is just waiting for someone to come along and develop!
... the former Soviet navy town of Paldiski. (Paldiski is the estanized word for Baltic.) This was a closed town (barbed wire and all), a Soviet Navy nuclear submarine training centre. The Soviet-era apartment buildings have now been renovated, and the port is still active, mostly shipping cars. Next, we visited a fortified monastery complex established in 1317 by Cistercian monks. From its tower we could see in the distance an odd, flat, ...
... isn't a place that I prefer. Our room is right next to reception and everything about it is loud. Everyone else seems to like to drink and drink and they have plans to go out tonight still. Right now there is a small dog barking and a man playing a guitar chasing it around. I know already that I will not get to sleep tonight.
We do not have a huge day planned for tomorrow... just seeing the city. The map that the hostel gave us lists quite a few places that sound interesting. ...