Three Sisters Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The fortified walls circle the old town. Some souvenir vendors have set up in their alcoves and you can also pay to walk around the ramparts.
... table tennis, which the hostel provided.
The hostel also had a swimming pool and a sauna, which I took full advantage of the next morning. A rare luxury in a hostel. Today we did make it out in time for the free walking tour. Our guide was a very excitable woman, but at least that meant she kept our attention! We started at the church, which had to be completely rebuilt after it was destroyed by the Soviets. The Estonians had to work hard to get it rebuilt, as religion was ...
... a reference to the fact that you could see into the kitchens below). This tower houses a museum on the defenses of the medieval city, from the walls and towers to weapons and armour.
The afternoon was getting on so I stopped at the Mathilda cafe for a coffee and a snack before making my way to the Epping tower, housing a small display of medieval weapons and armour, all of which you can try on (of which I heartily partook in).
The rest of my afternoon ...
... to Ossingen and enjoyed the scenery as we switched to the bus taking us to Trullikon. The rural countryside was familiar to us but last time we saw it in winter. We settled in had a lovely meal of meat, potatoes and salad and had a rest before exploring the countryside. We visited a wooden tower built by the people in three local villages and walked through the fields of sunflower and corn and sugar beet. One could not ...
... THE BROKEN LINE MONUMENT
Just outside the Old Town Walls near our hotel is a monument commemerating one of the many ships that come and go from Tallinn. This monument was built in memory of the victims of the MS Estonia ferry disaster. In September 1994, 852 people died when the car ferry sank on route from Tallinn to Stockholm.