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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- 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 …
... today) which was sweet and cold and came in a ceramic mug.
Bought a strawberry ice cream from a tiny booth near the corner of Dunkri and noticed that the little blue and white city train was parked right next to it. This costs 6 Euros for a 20 minute circuit of the old town and was leaving in 10 minutes so I grabbed a seat and finished my cone while I waited for the ride to start. It was a bumpy trip over the cobblestones and I didn’t see much ...
... had departed we asked the next driver when #6Ts would come, “its number 9 then number 6”. When Vicki told him he was the second number 9 he was nonplussed. The line for cabs was long so we bit the bullet and boarded the next 9 and waited, and waited. Eventually it moved off and it didn't take long before we were in the city center near the station. Only trouble was this involved a walk back to our hotel and Vicki's calves were killing her. We trudged through the ...
... and french squares with lovely painted burgher houses and a huge town hall. A couple of lasses are playing bagpipes and drums and horse and carriages line up for the tourists. Its atmosphere plus. Heading down into the town further through small cobbled streets with equally small shops with tiny windows, we see the Goodwin steak house and then the Katerina alleyway a tiny old walkway with a curved roof carved out of rock. Here is the oldest church and tombstones ...
... br> Today I did a walking tour of Tallinn with the EST Adventures tours (www.estadventures.ee) led by Andrew Meeks the owner. It was just me so I was able to ask as many questions as I wanted. We focused a lot more on the upper town and saw the castle (Toompea), the Russian church, St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral where I saw an open coffin with dead body inside the church, Town Wall walkway, and the Kiek de Kok which is a cannon tower ...