Nordic Hotel Forum
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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... again in 1944. Finally in 1991 they became once again an independent country. We walked for ages around the town. We saw churches, palaces, towers, parts of the old wall, the town hall and square and many souvenirs shops. . It reminded me very much of Cusco in Peru. Tonight we are going back to last nights restaurant and it is just across the road from the hotel. Well all good things must come to an ...
... front, passing one of the few Soviet era monuments that remain in Estonia; an obelisk built in the 1970's. The highlight of the tour was left until last - the walk around the old town. We left the bus at the edge of the upper town where the rich and aristocratic used to live - the hoi poloi and merchant classes lived in the lower town further down the hill.
We’d parked right outside Alexander Nevsky Orthodox Cathedral so this was our first ...
... vahele. Kõrvalt läheb külani kruusatee. Siis on palju maanteed.
Tõdval pean pikalt aru, vahtides taevast ja kaarti ja ilmateadet, kas lõigata rattateed pidi või minna mööda külavahe- ja metsateid. Isegi jäätis ei too selgust. Lõpuks otsustan jalgtee kasuks, maanteid juba sai piisavalt. Veidi aja pärast korra sajab, kuid jääb kohe järele, kui olen jope selga pannud.
Algab mets ragistamisega võpsikus, karglemisega mättalt mättale ja hulga ...
... three different venues. The first, a brass band, coincided both with a very heavy and prolonged shower, and lunchtime. So we ate lunch under the arches of the Town Hall, crowded in with many other tourists, next to a drunk man who could dance pretty well in time given that he wasn't fully able to stand upright, listening to a brass band. Later we went and sat in Freedom Square and listened to a whole load of music, a group of accordion players, a set of ...
... the distance. Luckily, we found another such platform on the map which offered jaw-dropping views across the old town. We wandered back towards Tower Square for lunch at Olde Hansa, a medieval tavern. The setting was authentic, the waiters in full character in every aspect, the ambience inside just like the days of yore and the food was revolting. I couldn't help but screw up my face at every morsel. The tasting platter ...