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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 …
... Norway who said she'd lived in the UK in the nineties. When I asked where, she said "near Reading" so I asked where exactly and she said Bracknell, Gary's home town. She said she always says "near Reading, as no one's ever heard of Bracknell." One nil to Reading, I believe, Gary. We bumped into Hege later that day and arranged to meet up for a beer in the evening. It was a great night and Hege, a very experienced solo traveller, got me I interested in a number of ...
... tears to our eyes.
While the choir sung, we walked around just a little. The level of decoration was incredible, particularly on the screen separating the people from the altar. Apparently, during the mass, the priests conduct much of the service from behind the screen, out of view of those gathered.
We noticed two beautiful icons as we wandered around. Both depicted Mary and baby Jesus. They were each about two feet by three feet ...
... it off. We walked back to our apartment and finished packing, before carrying our bags downstairs and through the cobblestone streets until we reached our new hotel, which includes a gym and public swimming pool. There we left our bags and set out to see Tallinn. First stop was the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, a Russian Orthodox church on the top of a hill. It was unlike any structure I've seen in person before, with ...
... also Russian. As in Latvia there is s large Russian speaking minority, particularly in the cities.
We were met at the bus station & taken in a very smart Mercedes minibus to our hotel which is just outside the old town. It was about 15C & windy & was the coldest we have been since leaving home.
After a short rest we walked up into the citadel which defended the old town & the port & this has quite spectacular mediaeval stone walls & a couple ...