Hotell St. Barbara
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Banquet room
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... area and one off the living room area. At the entry, there was a powder room. Just down the hall from the powder room in one direction was a full bathroom. Down the hall, the other direction was a room with a Jacuzzi tub, shower enclosure and sink. That room also opened on to the living room terrace. Beside the shower was the entry to the sauna. All of the bathroom areas as well as the front entry had tile floors, all heated by in-floor hot water ...
Getting out of Dodge … hello/farewell to the Baltic States
So we landed at Tallinn in Estonia with the intentions of recovering from the excesses (spending wise) of the Scandinavian countries.
The first indication of things maybe not going to plan was the state of the roads through the capital. Being patches on patches on patches did not bode well, with Big Gerty complaining seriously about ...
... The place was milling with tourists. We must've looked English speaking, as everyone who approached us spoke English, except the woman with bright red hair who thought we were Finnish and wanted to know the time. We found a menu that appealed to both of us for tea and descended into yet another cellar, before heading back to enjoy the scenic skyline of Tallinn at night from the comfort of our ...
... to My City Hotel in old town from the Tallinn Bus stop, after our swift check in at my city hotel we walked to St. Nicholas' Church just about 2 mins from our hotel.
St. Nicholas' Church is a medieval former church, built in the 13th century and is dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the patron of the fishermen and sailors. It has since been restored after Soviet bombing of Tallinn in the Second World ...
... interesting, medieval city and is the capital of Estonia. Many of the buildings in the old city are very old and it is the only city that I can recall where all the streets are cobbled. Had a good walk round dodging the showers and inspecting the bedspreads (Ray and Val, you will be pleased to hear they seem much improved!). There were four cruise ships in Tallinn including us so the streets were a bit crowded with guides showing groups of people round. ...