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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSwissotel Tallinn
Roomy hotel! We stayed on the 13th floor. The king sized bed is really king sized and not two twins. There is a separate tub and shower in the bathroom. Modern furniture, clean lines, and comfortable. Great hotel!
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We traveled by bus through the forested areas of Latvia and Estonia. We saw many people (all ages) with buckets walking in the woods. They were gathering mushrooms. It is a favorite activity of the people in this area of the world. They learn to recognize types of mushrooms at at a very early age. On the way, we stopped at a resort hotel on the …
... defensive wall. It was almost eye level to our hotel across the street. It's one of the best rooms in the hotel, and for 50 Euros with a huge buffet breakfast, we're pretty happy. A room in hostel might cost 40 or so.
Tallinn is the capital of Estonia, which got it's independence from the USSR in 1991. Since then they've flourished, partly from tourism, but also on other economic fronts. For example, Skype originated here, as did ...
... for those who just want to read, the framed
paintings inside a larger frame and the walls painted dark colors. There is always classical music playing and a
touch of the old-fashioned displayed.
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... town hall square and up to the Maritime museum. This was a good visit; especially seeing models of ships which were built on the Clyde. We were a little confused though by the entire floor dedicated to the Sprat industry! The museum is housed in "Fat Margaret" which is the widest of the bastion towers. The maritime museum has a second part a little out if town. It is housed in an old seaplane hangar which in itself was very cool. They had an ...
... fighting. Out there, beyond the horizon, is Finland. And I couldn't wait.
On the way back through the Old Town I stumbled across a book shop selling English language books. I'm a big fan of Lee Child's Jack Reacher series but I've struggled to find any English language books for ages. First thing I saw when I walked in was almost the entire series lined up on top of the rack. I found the next one that I need to read and bought it without hesitation, promising to bring ...