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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- 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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... town hall which was candlelit, with interesting waitress (in a good way!) and interesting food such as elk ribs and boar sausages. Also nice beer and hot wine for Josefina. Both of us really enjoyed this.
Back to hotel to pickup bags, and then 10 minute cab ride to airport for flight home. Really great what one can do with a weekend these days, and cheap too. Highly recommended.
... in 1940, or sent to concentration camps when the Germans pushed the Russians out later in the war. The weapons chamber presents wars and arms through the ages, with a simulator mimicking how to load and fire a variety of firearms, including the AK-74 which I had a crack at.
Across the little square is the Church of the Holy Spirit. I remember passing this building yesterday evening as it has what look like a set of stairs climbing the outside wall. ...
... Peraküla, started in Keila.
Padise camping site is occupied by a Russian family. They leave after I've finished cleaning the garbage away from the surroundings. A magpie lives inside a tree.
Öösel tibutab veidi ja hakkab külm. Tõmban selga sviitri, mis sai kaasa võetud suure küsimärgiga ja nüüd saavutab sama suure populaarsuse.
Kella poole seitsme ajal müristab ja päike paistab. Midagi pole muutunud. Tegutsen, üks silm taeva poole pööratud. ...
... of Northern Europe. Enjoy the view from your coach as you pass the Old Town wall with its towers from the 13th through 15th centuries, followed by the National Opera House and Freedom Square. You're headed to Toompea Hill (Dome Hill), originally the seat of the ruling bishops, then of the Teutonic Order, and later of the Baltic German nobility. Today Toompea is the site of the Parliament of Estonia, and many ...
The bad weather followed us to Tallinn, Estonia.
We had booked a basic walking tour of the town, so we had to do a lot of careful maneuvering around big puddles among the cobblestone streets.
To be honest, there wasn't much to see. It’s an old city, dating back to medieval times. Much of it has either been preserved or restored.
The streets of the Old Town are narrow, and although we occasionally were required to move ...