Meriton Grand Conference & Spa Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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... Estonia and includes the west tower.
We went to the scenic lookout where we viewed the city, which was enhanced by all the steeples and red brick roofs reaching up to greet us.
There is an old and a new town in this 'old town' area and every street was cobblestoned which made walking difficult. We all nearly rolled our ankles a number of times.
We then visited the 19th century place of worship, the ...
... s big with social media, so be careful what you tweet!
We then went to a couple of viewpoints overlooking the town. While up here, I found out it was Estonians that invited Skype! They are also quite forward thinking with other things too! Everybody has a residents card, enabling them to use public transport free of charge. This is also a form of ID. They soon hope to add on to the card key health information, such as blood type and allergies, so if you are ever involved in ...
... to remember either Tallin or Estonia. I shall keep working on them by bribing them with a reindeer meatball.
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
In this entry I will be talking about how I played ping pong on the cruise. There were two ping pong tables so there could be two matches going on at once. The first time I played ping pong on the boat was with my dad. He taught me how to play the game and it came ...
... the ferry terminal. I arrived at the Hostel, Fat Margaret's it's called, and once I'd unloaded my gear I asked the hostel manager for a dinner recommendation. She pointed out a few places on the map, so I went walking. I visited all the momuments, took all the photos, reviewed all the menus and decided on the place called Kompressor which makes nothing but pancakes - savoury and sweet. Not very Estonian, but at 4.5E each I can't say no to pancakes. But it was only 6:30pm and ...
... out and making their way home. Even the walk home was wonderful: masses of people calmly and quietly walking back towards Old Town, along the seaside path or down the middle of the road, which was closed to traffic. What a memorable experience.
I'm going to insert some links at the bottom, in case people are interested. There are two US-based newspaper articles about this year's events, two promotional videos ...