How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotell Palace Tallinn
Travel Blogs from Tallinn
... pastries with rather limited knowledge of what they were – one was ‘meat’, not sure what type of ‘meat’, just ‘meat’. Being practically a carnivore I figured I would be ok with this one so I gave it a shot. It was really yummy but after eating it I am none the wiser as to what type of ‘meat’ it was. Coming across a real language barrier certainly made us realise how lucky ...
... would be spinning in her grave. Just as well she's not dead I suppose.
There's a bar under the Town Hall called Drakon. It was almost pitch black when I went in but when I asked if I could take a photo the barmaid wouldn't let me use the flash as this would have apparently spoiled the ambience, which is dark if you haven’t already picked up on that. They sell these medieval liqueurs so I felt obliged to try one, history buff that I am. ...
... kõhu külge on kleepunud.
Nüüd on kiire. Kappan mööda Vasalemma mõisast, siis on mets, põld ja siis Vasalemma ise. Poest saab tarvikuid, aga pinki joodikute jaoks pole paigaldatud. See-eest on kena pügatud muruplats. Istun siis sinna, söön jäätise ja joon mustikamaitselise vitamiinijoogi, millel kiri "feeling good, looking better". Vähemalt näen ma nüüd hea välja. Mööda sõitvad vanamehed jalgratastel vaatavad mind sõnatult.
Mööda tühermaast, ...
Well, we're back in Texas, and I still have six days of blog to write! Those last days were so jam-packed that there wasn't a spare moment for Don to process pictures or for me to write the blog. So don't worry, we haven't disappeared from the face of the earth, and we're home safe and sound (after an unanticipated six-hour delay at Washington Dulles airport, bringing us to our front door at 3 AM!). Bills have been paid, the laundry is ...
... in naval attire who relished his role!
When we arrived in Tallin we had to wait to check in to the hotel so we went walking and loved all that we saw. It is a beautiful old town surrounded by an old wall, dating from the 1100s, a great part of which is still present. The buildings are all well maintained and together with the cobbled streets and minimal if any cars, it is picture perfect. Bought some ...