Reval Park Hotel & Casino
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Tallinn is still Tallinn. This time I saw at least something else than just a mall and the city center, because we took a 1-hour bus tour. The commentary in German was, how should I put it, interesting. Food was cheap and good, although getting the main dish before the appetizer isn't anything out of the ordinary. Sunday and Monday night aren't big …
... towers. We were after a coffee & some food but all we could find were souvenir shops selling amber & dead end alleys. After some time we found a nice warm bar in the basement of an old building & managed to warm up. We descended into the old town below the citadel & joined masses of tourists being herded around by guides in many languages. It was quite a shock as we hadn’t seen too many until then. The market place was full of craft stalls run by people ...
... kena olemine. Suur kuusk on pikali, juured taeva poole. Mitu tüve on risti üle tee. Kott on eriti kerge, sest suur osa riideid on seljas ja enamus toitu otsas.
Palav. Võtan osa riideid ära. Tõuseb tuul, metsateel on vari. Panen osa riideid tagasi. Suine aeg.
Ületan Tarvasjõe, mis mitmetes matkajates palju elevust on tekitanud. Zombietripperite installeeritud laud paistab ka, aga saan sillajäänuseid pidi hakkama.
Veidi enne Kakerdaja raba poole keeramist on tee ääres kutsuv ...
Go down to breakfast at 9:30am. Ahhh! Brings back memories – those luscious warm waffles smothered with berries & caramel bananas – forgotten about these - too good to pass up.
Back in our cabin, we have so many invitations, we have to make an agenda so we don't miss any. Aussie/Kiwi Brunch at 11am, PHT Cocktails at 4pm, Aussie/Kiwi Happy Hour at 6pm, & that’s ...
... with people and in all that time I never met a single Swede walking the streets of Rostock!”) but we’d never seen it on a scale like this before.
Apart from the giant ferries, filled with boozy Vikings, pulling in and departing every hour, Tallinn had a lot to offer. The old town is spectacular despite the bombings by the Soviets, who, for 50 years, denied that the bombing ever happened until a vodka-addled Yeltsin confessed. Once ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsReval Park Hotel & Casino Tallinn
Rooms are a bit run-down, but functional. The breakfast buffet is quite a disgrace though.
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