Hotell St. Barbara
Travel Blogs from Tallinn
The breakfast in the hotel was good and adequate like that of most hotels in Europe that we had gone to. There were bacon, ham, eggs, bread, cheese and others. I took all the types of cold meat as I usually did although I invariably found them very salty. Perhaps they were meant to be eaten with bread, but still I was surprised at their saltiness …
Originally we planned to stay two nights in Helsinki and one in Tallinn. Then we decided that it might be better the other way round since we could stay in Helsinki until five in the evening on the second day and take the ferry to Tallinn thus making it a stay of about one-and-a-half days in each of the capital cities. Unfortunately we had already …
... you are set back five or more centuries. This place is worth a trip just by itself… just fantastic.
... back into the sauna and then repeat over and over. No way not for me give me a hot shower and even the ship water isn't that hot. Most Finnish people own summer homes by a lake. We walked around a beautiful lake with wild berries growing raspberries blueberries strawberries and loganberry. Oh yum?!! But it wasn't growing season... The host family feed everyone, some Finnish pastry, apple pie and homemade ice cream. They add this strange glaze to the pastry made out ...
Across the Gulf of Finland on the mighty SuperStar, a cross between an RSL and the Titanic.
Board at 10am and hundreds of Estonians and Finns head to their usual seats to continue the card games and early beers from previous journeys.
2 hours latter and we are in Tallinn and staying in an excellent little hotel next to the city walls.
Off for a walk, we, the intrepid tourists, return within 5 minutes ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services