Nordic Hotel Forum
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... headland, and made it just in time, although at least the walk kept us warm!
The return ferry took an hour longer than the way out, and unknown to us when we booked it, it was in fact a party ferry! There were however areas you could escape the partying, and having had an early start, we decided this would be best!
The next morning but no chance of a lie in! up at 6 and out the hostel by 7, we arrived at the bus station and caught a bus, first to Riga, and then into Kaunas in ...
... br> Amber is widely sold but it is found on the Baltic shores of Vilnius and Gdansk, Poland not Tallinn. I read up about it a bit before leaving and it seems there are well-made fake ones and you’d have to lick and taste the stone to determine if it’s real or not. I won’t be trying that method. They also sell other trinkets that are of ...
... sleep. Oops. As quiet as a mouse I took my belongings out and packed up the bike. It takes 2-3 trips depending on how much I brought in the night before. Just as I was done, I grabbed my motorbike jacket, and a coin fell out of one of the pockets and clattered to the ground. Oops. I thought I should probably go before someone murdered me just so they could get some sleep. One of the other people in the hostel had recommended the "Sky Bar" located inside Hotel Raddison, ...
... berries. We decided to share a meat plate and a fish plate, so we could try several different things. The plates came out with only a wooden spatula-like implement for eating, but the waiter did bring us a bucket containing what he called “weapons” (knives and forks). We really enjoyed the smoked fish, the onion jam with the meat pate, and the beef with horseradish sauce. Overall it was a great lunch! We also visited the restrooms there – ...
... History Museum, a former tourist store (now a cinema), Soviet apartments and Freedom Square. We even took the local city bus to get out to the Maarjamae War Memorial which was interesting because of some roadworks underway and not moving very fast.
I'd highly recommend this tour! Afterwards I went to eat with a couple from the tour who have toured all over the world. They were very interesting to talk with. Others on the tour had attended ...