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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... a file sharing program. The Old Towne is the draw. It's one of the best preserved medieval towns in the world. It's built on a hill and has very well preserved fortified walls and defensive towers around a lot of the city. The area that used to be a moat is now a wonderful greenspace with ponds, a fountain, gardens, soccer fields, etc.
This is the kind of town where you just wonder around, soak up the history, and try not to break ...
After breakfast, I went on a free city tour. The guides are students, speak English very
well and you pay them what you like. Although the tour is free, a tip is expected and they’re not shy to mention it. My guide did a great job, she was knowledgeable and enthusiastic.
... Macabre" (Dance of Death), with an estimated value over billion dollars.
Upper Town (Toompeawas) is the center of government for Estonia. Toompea castle is the house of parliament and Stenbock house, where prime minister’s office is located, is spectacular when viewed from the Lower Town. There are three incredible viewpoints in the Upper Town that overlook the medieval red rooftops, beautiful coastline and modern city ...
... the words are different. We passed a beach was quite busy since it was a very warm day. We said goodbye to Indric at 12.15 so we had a bit of time to walk about before boarding by 1.30. We made it onto the ship with 3 minutes to spare and the ship's crew formed a line and cheered us on! We had a quick lunch and sunbathed for a bit. We went into the hot tub and a quick splash in the pool. Kieran and Lucy enjoyed Tallinn and it wasn't what they were expecting. A thoroughly ...
... curry sauce, rice and potatoes to cook for dinner but were a little unimpressed at how well other guests seemed able to wash their dishes. After tea we went to a bar recommended by the guy who seemed to be running the hostel, it was just around the corner and called "The Bar with No Name" which seems very unimaginative. We were assured this establishment had somewhere in the region of 35 screens and so we would be ...