Meriton Old Town Garden Hotel
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We caught the ferry at 2 o'clock to Tallinn without anything too exciting happening in the morning. We sadly waved good-bye to Helsinki as we had enjoyed our time here but we were looking forward to finding some cheaper prices in Estonia. The ferry across was pretty standard and before we knew it we were pulling into the port at Tallinn.
... mum. Mammi (my great grandmother) was very exited and happy, she was dancing also and singing along. All this excitement must have exhausted her because just before midnight Mammi started to look ill. She wasn't able to speak or walk. My uncle Aare called ambulance straight away. Mammi was taken to the hospital with a stroke. All relatives were very worried and party stopped. Some people left soon ...
... a tall object – and climbed the tallest church tower in Tallinn. It was tough but we made it (unlike some Germans we saw giving up half way up). The views were very nice and did give a nice oversight of the Old Town.
We found some nice cheap places to eat and drink, we went to a pancake place (Kompressor) that Lonely Planet recommends (actually very good and very cheap) and spent the evening at Hell Hunt ("Friendly Wolf"), which is a cozy bar/pub ...
... my debit card for an alternative account, were not produced, and if I hadn't have phoned card services a week before I was due to leave, no-one would have realised the error. I would have had an utter nightmare, being forced to rely on one debit card, which if it got damaged, robbed or lost, would leave me unable to get any cash at all! Many thanks to Sally Jones and Ryan Billington for chasing up the relevant people, because I don't think I would have got them in time ...
... have really had it rough and are in the process of building up their infrastructure. She explained they really had to start from scratch in 1991.
On the tour we started with an overview of the Upper Town and saw the incredible medieval wall that surrounded it, with several turrets, still in remarkably good shape. We walked to Palace Square and Toompea Castle and then visited the Alexander ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility