Lavendel Spa Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... The hostel has a few tours. Today I went to an old Soviet prison. At the Museum of Occupations I learned that when Estonia joined the EU, they had to close the prison because it violated the humane rights of the EU. The prison was cool. Unfortunately a lot of people died in there because the conditions were so terrible. We were told to not shut any doors bc they still lock and the lights don't work. Apparently I was on an ...
... the wheel in times of sieges when the water is cut off...!
we then went to the town hall markets where the Christmas markets are still running...Sarah was looking for a knitted reindeer pullover that see saw the day before...Tallinn has lots of knitted jumpers and beanies that are really quite cheap....We found Sarah and Katelyn a poncho and Elissa a jumper from the stalls along the wall a bit down from the square...they are a bit cheaper out ...
... to Tallinn on business for many trips over the years. He was a bit of a naysayer. He was wrong about F Hoon (in a seedy drug district with so-so food) but he did recommend a tour of a former Soviet era prison museum that is just as it was on the day it closed.
How could we not? So we paid our 3 Euro each and man, was that creepy. It looks right out of a horror set, especially the operating rooms with old equipment. We couldn't tell ...
... the country the most.
I was looking forward to eating at V again but apparently they were booked with reservations and always are. Perhaps I got lucky yesterday. I went to Caffe Centrale instead and enjoyed my meal :)
It will be an early night for me
Head ood (HEH-ahd ...
... country. There's a 25% ethnic Russian population who lives here in relative peace, though relations between the two groups have not always been smooth as butter. Still, most Estonians seem to feel that what's happening in the Ukraine couldn't happen here -- the circumstances are just too different.
Hipsters, Prisons and Ships
After the walking tour, I went back to the hostel for an hour or so to sort out a few practicalities over the next few days, ...