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... didn't have reservations. I called a couple places and they were full. We settled on a tourist class hotel called "Schnelly." It was on the other side of the old town though. We slogged it through the cobblestone streets with the wheeled luggage. It's not a big center and it was a great introduction. I thought the hotel might be too far away from the action, but boy was I wrong. It's right next to the train station which will be convenient ...
My first breakfast on Monday morning was a good one and
offered all I need. After 3 days of eating scrambled eggs for the sake of protein intake, I got sick of it so I resumed my habitual travel diet of fruits, granola, croissant, cheese and
coffee. I finished just ...
... is transformed into a charming Christmas Market.
Town Hall on Raekoja square, the only intact Gothic town hall in Northern Europe, now operates as a museum and concert hall. Tallinn is a guild city and on top of the Town Hall tower, you see the beloved guard of Tallinn Old Town – Vana Toomas. The oldest continuously working pharmacy in Europe, tiny Raeapteek, is located on the square. According to a legend, it is a ...
... they were the first country to offer electronic voting. They invented Skype. They have an id card which stores their information, including prescription needs for chemists, their degree results etc. We walked through cobbled stones and saw parts of the city wall. There is a nice square with old churches, cathedrals and watchtowers. We saw the oldest hotel in Estonia. It was famously used by the KGB for spying on people. Floor 23 had recording and sophisticated listening ...
... which is set back off the road. It's a small church and the organ was playing quite an ominous piece! Beyond this is the City Museum which covered everything from the changes in Tallinn's population and physical appearance to how products were marketed in the 1950s! It was worth a visit and told some interesting legends about the city. After this we were going to visit the Orthodox church across the road but sadly it was shut. This meant it ...