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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... wooden buildings. The first thing I noticed was that there were some buildings rising over 20 stories. The first one I saw closely was a hotel where all foreigners had to stay during the soviet era. I learned later in the day that the KGB occupied the whole 23rd floor and the entire hotel was bugged.
The main tourist attraction of Tallinn is it's medieval town centre and walls. I must admit it was quite atmospheric ...
... of apologising for the mix up, the receptionist pointed out we had wifi so we could look up somewhere else to stay. Most helpful. As it turned out, we found somewhere nearby so we won't have to carry bags too far. After we dumped our bags, we went exploring on foot. The town square transports you back to the Middle Ages with its old town hall (built in 1404) and characters wandering around in ...
... des temps de navigation aussi variables, et j'ai eu ma réponse une fois à bord.
Pour se rattraper du prix bas du billet, tout ce qui n'était pas ponts techniques ou de véhicules dans le navire était plein de restaurants, boutiques et salles de jeux. Il y avait des bandits manchots partout dans les couloirs, en fait c'était un casino flottant. Également, pour s'assurer que les gens dépensent leur argent la quasi totalité des sièges disponibles est dans ces endroits-là, où il ...
... by Rick Steves for a "cheap coffee and pastry" break, and weren’t disappointed.
Sherry and I then separated from Terry and Sandra, who wanted to do some more shopping, while I wanted to visit the Museum of Occupation. By then we were starting to run out of time, but we spent about 45 minutes at the recently built museum, funded by an Estonian American philanthropist. It basically tells the story of ...
... places we’ve ever been. This was also the same in Vilnius, Lithuania. The wind chill was incredibly painful and some days the cold plus wind chill meant it was about -28C. This became almost unbearable to be outside, so we spent a bit of our time stopping for coffees and teas at little cafes on our walks through the towns. Seeing the outskirts of Vilnius on the bus ride reminded us that we were in Eastern Europe as many of the buildings were run down and the ...