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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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... disco. We were greeted by Elena, the cruise consultant. Several waitresses were on hand to keep us topped up with Red Wine and Prosecco. There were only 21 present of which we were the only English speaking guests. The Cruise director made a short speech (or it would have been if she didn’t have to repeat it in six languages!!) and then asked everyone to join her in a toast. We were then presented with a chocolate ship each before the official photographer took our ...
... other places.
Walk 10 non-planned kilometers for getting a hot shower and drying my stuff. Otherwise I would of stayed in the previous camp site. The accommodation place is a bit funny, has it's own special style but it's nice to have a roof above my head for a change, not to speak of washing and dinner cooked by someone else and not coming out of a can. A friend arrives to join me for dinner. Lovely.
Hommikul ei saja enam, mis ...
... light up cigarettes. It was perfect blue skies and calm for the 90 min crossing across to Estonia.
We passed Helsinki landmarks as we left, similar to the view when I had took the ferry to the fortress island earlier. On arrival at Tallinn its more ...
... s big with social media, so be careful what you tweet!
We then went to a couple of viewpoints overlooking the town. While up here, I found out it was Estonians that invited Skype! They are also quite forward thinking with other things too! Everybody has a residents card, enabling them to use public transport free of charge. This is also a form of ID. They soon hope to add on to the card key health information, such as blood type and allergies, so if you are ever involved in ...
... work out what Christopher Columbus has to do with Estonian maritime history…
Leaving the museum, I made my way back to the tour bus stop and got on the next bus. This was a different route though, one that went to the palace directly. At least I knew where to get off this time! Kadriorg Palace is located in Kadriorg, a suburb of Tallinn known for its old wooden houses and tree-lined streets. I walked up through the gardens to the palace where I ...