Radisson Blu Sky Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Blu Sky Hotel Tallinn
Fantastic lounge at the top, floor 24.
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After a quick bus trip around the new city, we then walked around the old town with the guide Dea. Sheila, Gail, Irvin & I walked the city walls then caught the # 1 tram to the port district to visit the local flea market. We enjoyed a lovely lunch & the local beer Saku before walking back to the old town. A lot of walking & I hit 20, …
It wasn't far to travel, just over 400 klms, but it took us all day as we spent 1.5 hours at the border!. Nice scenery along the way but lots of heavy rain. We arrived in Tallin at 5.30pm. We walked to the old town tonight for a look around, a little bit of shopping & dinner.
... of old buildings still visible through the water. Local attraction is diving to the houses where the furniture is still in place. Surreal.
Path around the north shore of the lake is a real jungle path climbing up and down, through thick grass and trees. At some point it is necessary to climb over a wall. Latvians who are camping on the other side look mildly surprised.
The lake is inhabited by lot of birds, you can hear them screaming or when walking ...
... Tallinn. In case you haven't got it yet, we like it here.
We enjoyed a rain cloaked old town stroll, climbed some very steep towers, then visited the KGB museum in Hotel Viru.
Until the end of Soviet rule in the early 90's, tourists were only allowed to stay in Hotel Viru, and it was the worst kept secret that the KGB had a station here. They must have left in a bit of a hurry, and the traces of a secret world were left ...
... of the cobblestone streets and properties, important state and church buildings, citizens’ and merchant’s residences, barns and warehouses dating back as far as to 11th century, are preserved in their original form.
Powerful defensive structures have protected Tallinn from being destroyed in wars, and its lack of wooden buildings has kept the fire damages low. But it is also crucial that Tallinn has not been massively ...