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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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It’s a rainy Monday evening in Tallinn. I arrived yesterday by ferry. It was an easy check-in but a long walk up 3
floors to boarding. I was on deck 9 on a
very quiet area of the ship with a perfect view. I felt the ship move so perhaps it’s not as
gigantic as I thought it was.
FROM MY SEAT …
... Town Hall Square is full of stands selling all these items and then in the evening, the Square is vacated and it starts all over again the following morning. In the evening the restaurants in the Square liven up with music and entertainment. Most people sit outside with the heating lamps and if necessary, blankets are provided. I forgot to mention the ...
... we walked out back to Old Town for beautiful Italian ( they do it all the time, Michael) dinner in Controvento, a little gem of a restaurant hidden in a passageway (alley). The atmosphere was authentic and the meal superb. Photos attached are just of this square as most photos are on Jean's IPad and we cannot yet transfer them to this one. Will attach more next blog Sending this from Raekoja Plats (Town Hall Square) in Old Tallinn town lunchtime Thursday. Cheere ...
... closing for the day. We had a nice cream in compensation. We walked to a Mormonism for lost sailors near the waterfront and left behind our painful Rhode Islander, Bob. We said goodbye to Beata our second guide In the evening we had a pleasant chicken meal at the hotel and showed our Swiss friends pictures of the Tweed Valley and Coast. "Now that's a beach," Retiring early we geared up for a 4 am wake up and a 5 am taxi ride to the ...
... br> We were still out the door by 10am and ready to see what Tallinn had to offer. The map showed us that there were interesting buildings sort of arranged in two different rings, a large outer and then around the center. We started at the Viru gates. These gates, like much of Tallinn, date back to the medieval times. There are pictures of the city, and different plaques around town, and seriously not much has changed. The buildings look the same, the streets ...