Meriton Old Town Garden Hotel
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Today was such a fantastic, Chrisma-gasmic day, I can hardly stand it. There are days when you travel, where all the stars align, and the results are a day that is unforgettable. This was one of those days.
First off, the wind stopped. And the rain and sleet stopped. What was left was a chilly, but lovely day, quite nice for walking around …
After many years of wanting to visit, I am finally in Tallinn, Estonia!
We arrived yesterday evening at 7pm, via a ferry from Helsinki, Finland. EU customs is so lax these days that the arrivals hall featured four empty customs booths, and a duty free shop. Yay for a free and open Europe! I was very excited to finally see Tallinn- I had …
... up with wandering both inside and around Old Town, enjoying the nice weather and the parks. In the evening I made my way to St Olav's church, whose tower boasts the highest point in the city. Climbing all 258 spiral steps gets you a fantastic 360 degree panorama of the city.
After making my way back down, I wandered some more until I wandered past the City Bike office. They offer self-guided bike tours of the nearby Lahemaa national park but only with ...
... thatched roofs and ladies with aprons which I never get tired of. I lucked out because two big tour groups were there so they had arranged a dance performance. It was so good and actually felt real since the dancers really looked like they were having a good time. I loved it. There was a giant memorial sculpture to a sunken ferry from 1994. Of course it was the same kind of ferry I took. I would not have slept at all on the boat if I knew about that. Sad and ...
... were the first ship to use the new pier. Our captain was down cutting the rope, and getting the key to Tallinn from the mayor. They brought out a band, and the ship blew its horn for all the visitors. Got great photos of the ship. We boarded, and had lunch before going to our oceanfront room. We enjoyed our last views of Tallinn before hearing the Love Boat theme. It was time to go. Headed to ...