Meriton Grand Conference & Spa Hotel
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- TV Channel One Russia
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Our visit to Tallinn, the capital of the Baltic country of Estonia, featured a private combo bicycle and walking tour of the city. Our guide Mart, met us on the peer at about 10:30 and walked us to the walls of the medieval city. Mart is a 23 year old Tallinn native who just completed his 8 months mandatory military service between his bachelors degree and his masters. Estonia's history is a series of foreign occupations, being a free ...
... to where the Tapas place was and ate there again, we ordered tapas and paella items we hadn't tried the night before. Finally we trudged the short walk to the hotel and collapsed in our room for the night. It has been a very long day with lots of walking. Tomorrow will be an easy day, we will take our time in the hotel then head off to the airport around lunch time before flying off to Iceland, where the adventure really starts. If this was the prologue we’re in for a hell of a good ...
... century fortification tower) and the city gate, up Toompea hill to St. Olav's Church and tower, through the onion-domed Russian Orthodox Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, past the Estonian Parliament Building and descended to the Freedom Monument and Square. The day began slightly overcast and quickly dissolved into a steady rain ending our stay in this charming town. Tonight we sail for St. Petersburg, Russia where we'll be in port for two ...
... landed in Estonia!
After finishing the workweek, Leslie and I decided to take Saturday to explore Old Town Tallinn. We walked the three-quarters of a mile from our apartment to Old Town. Since it had rained a little the previous night, some spots were very slick with ice. Just entering the Old Town area, we saw an outdoor ice-skating rink. I found it interesting that every song played was from the United States, circa the 1950s and ...
... the Finnish who were seeking revenge for a recent attack, stopped the Soviet planes on their way back with a second lot of ammunition so the planned attack on Tallinn was only half as bad as it might have been! England also assisted Estonia during the Second World War but requested a large amount of the Estonia gold for their services so our assistance wasn't as nice as it seemed! One of the first spots we saw was the monument to the Estonian freedom which was a massive glass ...