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 looked over the street, but for an extra 40 Euros a night I decided option 2 was fine. Breakfast once again is included in the tariff, as is use of the hotel sauna. It’s also got free wifi.
Changed into shorts and T and went for an orientation walk. Tallinn is brilliant - reminds me of Carcassone and Dubrovnik; beautiful medieval houses lining narrow, winding cobblestone streets all enclosed within a remarkably intact defensive wall. ...
... petaja lubab mu sisse, ütleb, et valvur kohe tuleb, lükaku ma uks koomale, kui enne ära lähen. Annab ka teeliste kirikute brožüüri. Teeliste kirik - muidugi. Torn on ka. Uksel on hoiatus, et ronimine on pingutav. Minu meelest ei ole miski pingutav, kui seda saab teha ilma 20-kilose seljakotita.
Trepp on tõesti järsk ja lõpus läheb redeliks kätte ära. Siin käiakse vist kella löömas. Ei tea, kas see on ette nähtud, aga teen aknaluugid haagist lahti ja piilun ...
... the old town and made our way to the Town Hall Square (where the first public Christmas tree was displayed in 1441) but not before passing St Olav's Church and the Church of the Holy Spirit. The square is surrounded by beautifully coloured old buildings and boasts lots of small stalls in the middle selling all sorts of treasures. Tallinn welcomes almost 300 cruise ships per year and so these markets no doubt do ...
... on the churches - firstly the Greek Orthodox Church and then the "Domed" Church. Both interesting in their own way - neither as well appointed as Catholic cathedrals we have seen elsewhere.
Lunch in a small cafe / restaurant which was important because Peta and Paul remembered an Estonian neighbor who had passed away some time ago. Paul had prepared an Australian flag and an Estonian flag back to back with the friend's picture on ...
... decided to head out to explore a bit before dark and to find some dinner. I wound my way down to the Town Hall Square where I found "Ill Drakon", a very medieval themed restaurant serving cheap food and beer. Some sausages and half a pint later, I was still hungry so I grabbed a quick pizza in another little place before climbing Toompea hill (the site of the medieval city stronghold) to take in a panoramic view or two of the city. Very, very much ready for bed now though.