Meriton Grand Hotel Tallinn
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... Tourist Information Centre and purchased a Tallinn card. This card gives you free public transport as well as free or discounted prices on museums, tours and a few restaurants. So for the entire day, I didn't pay a single cent to get into the numerous museums and exhibitions I saw. Nice!
Armed with the booklet that came with the card, I formed a plan of attack. Walking back through town hall square (I was surprised how well I knew my way around even from ...
... use their phone all their waking hours.
On a bus to the plane on the tarmac. What is it with parents these days? First, they are selfish enough to travel with spoiled brats. Second, we don't need to hear that your kids cries forever. A grandmother distracted the latest little ***** and I thanked her for her efforts.
Barely 25M in the air from Helsinki to Tallinn. Bag out quicker this time and out into the public area. Saw the taxi sign and ...
We made our way to the ferry terminal to go to Tallinn. Of course it's not the same terminal as the Stockholm ferry so more public transport needed to be sorted out
Unlike the last time we did a ferry ride we made it in plenty of time to catch it this time.
This is only a 2 hour ride and it seemed to take 4 hours.
After off loading the ferry we were met by the owner of our Airbnb who for 7 Euros drove us to the unit. He helped us with our luggage and ...
... places we’ve ever been. This was also the same in Vilnius, Lithuania. The wind chill was incredibly painful and some days the cold plus wind chill meant it was about -28C. This became almost unbearable to be outside, so we spent a bit of our time stopping for coffees and teas at little cafes on our walks through the towns. Seeing the outskirts of Vilnius on the bus ride reminded us that we were in Eastern Europe as many of the buildings were run down and the ...
... wear and tear if it was there originally.
Warsaw has seen a lot of modernising in recent years and has quite a cosmopolitan feel in the newer areas and eateries. Geoff and Di were here in 2001 and hardly recognised the place.
So after about 7 hours of walking we head back to the hotel to get ready for our next day heading to Lithuania.
Across the border we go, so far we havnt been pulled up at any of the border, they ...