Reval Park Hotel & Casino
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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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... and Medieval night.. When we got to the shopping centre it looked pretty ordinary.. But going in further we discovered masses of shops it just kept on going.. We found a place for dinner and had the best Pizza I have had in a long time. Better than bloody Pork anyway.. Hopefully we will have more time tomorrow to go back.. The shopping centres are just awesome and totally unexpected.. We saw a Lamborghini on the way so things are pretty good here in ...
... Dean Martin singing "Ain't that a Kick in the Head" followed some old blues number that I didn't recognise but sounded like Minnie the Moocher so I decided to have my next course here. It's still warm and light so I sat in the courtyard. Ordered an Aperol Spritz and a shot of the Estonian national liquor - Vana Tallinn - both of which were the waiter's recommendations. He also talked me through the menu finally setting me on the grilled pork chop with mustard ...
... laulujoru üles. Kaugemal huilgavad sookured. Alles hiljem hakkab kostma esimesi autosid. Maanteemüra on siia hästi kuulda, õhtul kostis ka kilkeid ja möla, aga õnneks on parkla hilisõhtuste külaliste jaoks ebamugavalt kaugel.
Kui minema hakkan, on pilvkate siiski taastunud.
Rajamärgistus kuni Rummuni on olematu. Ühes kohas metsas on küll kolm märki kobarasse kogunenud, edasi teeristil ei teavita aga paremale keeramisest miski. GPS päästab olukorra. ...
... tower we headed to the wrong side of the tracks to a (semi-legal) market and Adam ended up getting some Blue sued shoes. (lucky because later on the ship the now "not so white" volleys would not have cut the mustard!!) on the way back from the market we squeezed in some pancakes and joined the tour. It was quite worth while, as always the guides are very passionate about their home town and work extra hard to earn there pay in tips. ...
... and told us not to worry and just to find a couple of spare seats. After about 3 hours, we reached the border and spent another hour passing through customs on the Russian side, and then border checks again on the Estonian side. I must admit, it was a feeling of great relief to be welcomed into Estonia and to see the Russian checkpoint disappearing into the distance. As wonderful as St Petersburg is, there was a heavy sense of unpredictability with being in Russia. After ...