Meriton Grand Conference & Spa Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Adjoining Rooms
- Conference facilities
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... has a history of being ruled by more powerful nations including the Danes, Swedes, Russian Czars and the Teutonic knights because it is strategically important due to of its location on the busy Baltic coastline. Tallinn is the capital of Estonia and its architecture is full of examples of the influence of the Hanseatic League merchant group, Peter the Great and Catherine the Great.
After checking out as many of the sites ...
... as by the evening it started to rain and is still raining at midnight.
My next few days are spent wandering this lovely quaint city. The weather has been a lot better than the forecasters predicted, with plenty of sunshine and nice warm days. The language barrier has not been a problem as most of the young people speak english fluently. Its the older people that dont understand one word.
There are parts ...
... and Northern Estonia, that lasted over one hundred years. The garden from where the flag came is now known as Danish King's Garden. Till date, Danebrog (the flag of Denmark) day is celebrated every summer. There were so many facts about Estonia and their people which could have offended the national pride of a citizen but they were told in such a jovial manner which truly demonstrated that Edtonians can laugh at themselves which indeed is a great quality. Just to ...
... 4.50 Eu + 1Eu for a camera ticket. It is a narrow circular tower with exhibits on each floor. Entrance to the tunnels is thru guided tours only and a separate ticket which I didnt have time for.
... around Old Town is very unique. The home and buildings sport a variety of pastel colors. That, combined with the sharply pitched, red tile roofed make for a quaint scene. Many of the refrigerator magnets sold in the tourist shops mimic those scenes.
At about noon, we finished our shopping and looked for a lunch spot. At random, we selected the "Old Estonia" restaurant, overlooking the Town Hall Square. Lunch started with smoked salmon ...