Three Sisters Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... finishing breakfast. There was a market in the square so I had a quick look around that and bought a little box with an antique map decoupaged on it. I also asked the guys at reception where I could change money and they marked the location of a bank across the road from the Sokos Hotel, which is convenient as this is where the tour starts from.
Another perfect day in Tallinn and the walk down Viru was sunny and pleasantly warm. The bus arrived a ...
... I found it a rather unsettling experience, so much pain and misery there. But Kadi is an excellent guide who has collected many oral histories from former prisoners and employees For dinner we went to a "hip" restaurant frequented mostly by young bohemian types. One of the owners is an American so the menu include hamburgers which is why Kadi picked the location So another fascinating day. Imagine me in a hip coffeehouse. ...
let me start by saying, 1 night is not enough. We never planned on going to Estonia. Hell, if it wasn't for Eurovision we would never have heard of the place [for those paying attention their claim to fame is Skype. I'm starting to get with these Scandinavian countries that they are into software because for a couple of months a year it is way too cold to do anything else!]. That being said, if you ever find yourself in the northern ...
... child and teenager - our family's church for about 20 years. Then train to Penzance, which turned out to be train to St Ives and then bus "due to a fatality". We hired a car and made our way from touristy Land's End along the north Cornwall coast through fishing hamlets like Port Just up to Newquay. Then to Padstow (Padstein as it's become known due to the number of eateries bearing Rick Stein's name), Port Isaac (of the TV ...
... to their groups in nearby sections of the church.
We continued walking past beautifully restored old medieval buildings, including the headquarters of some of the merchant and artisan guilds.
A section of old wall and towers, across from a McDonalds (which did not serve decaffeinated coffee), functioned as an entry to another pedestrian mall, filled with vendors selling unbelievably beautiful flowers, including roses in a variety ...