Nordic Hotel Forum
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at Hellemann Tower and climbed up the old, crooked stone steps holding on tightly to the rope banisters. The Tower was built in the late 1300s. The ground floor was used as a prison and was transformed into an ammunitions storage in the 15th century, There's an excellent view over the entire city from the top floor of ...
... bars into every available space and each restaurant has squawkers out the front who approach every passing tourist to enter their restaurant or bar. What is the weird is that you enter and are forgotten about. The staff look miserable and unless your catch their eye, you can end up waiting to be served. I also found it amusing that the other squawkers would watch you finish a meal and a drink and then leave that ...
... 14th or early 15th centuries. There is an altar piece inside that dates to around 1483. The clock on the outside of the church is quite impressive and you can also attend musical concerts here as well. I found this church to have a serene and graceful simplicity. And it was my favorite one that I visited.
By the time I had visited all these locations and walked the streets, it was getting too late to check out other museums ...
... the Soviet years, Estonia did have some access to Finnish television, so they were aware of the "western" lifestyle that existed outside the USSR. I learned that Estonia regards Finland as a big brother; it wants to be like Finland.
Since I had 18 days in Tallinn, I had time to see more of the country: I went on two day-long tours and one day-trip on my own. The first tour took us east into Lahemaa National Park; the second tour went west ...
... perfume and the grocery store sold alcohol. Kind of like a giant floating duty free shop that one can find at the airport. The next floor had the cabins that rich people paid for (beats me why someone would need a cabin for such a short journey). The floor above that was the restaurants and bars. The top floor was actually outside. We did not spend long here because it was stinking cold and slippery up there.
The two hours passed quickly and we found ourselves standing on ...