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- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 …
Today is Sunday, July 7. We boarded the coach on our way to Tallinn, Estonia. Along the route we stopped at a lovely restaurant in the city of Parnu which was located at a hotel on the beach. And yes, we walked along the beach. Another beautiful day. We had a lovely lunch, reboarded the bus and we are now at the very modern Swiss Hotel in Tallinn. …
... so we had to be selective. We found some free wifi in the town square and caught up a little on FB though a very small bandwidth. Back on ship by 2.30 for a little rest and time in our spa to rest our weary feet and put them in an ice bath. Ship sailed at 5 pm to our usual musical crescendo which was outstanding in comparison to the honk by the Oriana that departed at the same time. The seas have been so calm and we ...
Woke up early so I could get to City Bike for my day trip to Lahemaa National Park. Even though i had set my alarm for 7:45, I still woke up before it. Really hoping it's just because of jet lag. Had a quick breakfast (too early for pancakes. Boo!) and headed out the door before 9. Got to City Bike on time where I chose a bike before we piled into the van and headed out to the park. As well as Henry, our guide, also doing the ride were two guys from Hong Kong.
... wall surrounding the city still remains, along with what appear to be round towers (with odd names, one being Fat Margaret). However, they were actually horseshoe shaped - being flat sided on the town side and the round part protruding towards the area away from the town. Towards the top of the wall (on the town side) was a walkway that the townspeople could use to protect their town.