Three Sisters Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... seemed to suggest it was walkable, others less convinced. Nevertheless, as we had been sitting for most of the previous 5 hours, and even though we had our cases to lug, we decided to walk, confirming directions when we could. As it happened, it was basically straight ahead until the river (after which the hotel was named) and then turn right. Unfortunately Ulitsa Fotanka is a very long street and number 5 we realized must be the building number, i.e. right at the end. ...
One can spend a full day at the Museum of Occupations. There are about 8 archival documentaries of 25-28 minutes each with interviews of victims, men forced into battle, widows and even a German soldier. The exhibit covers the two Soviet occupations and the German one. A temporary exhibit also describes ...
... knees. A bit tricky for swimming, though the wading was good.
Back in Tallinn we went out for one last night on the town. We started off at the Beer House restaurant, which is the sort of place where the servers wear costumes, the beer is homebrewed, and the portions are ginormous. Seriously, one pizza was enough for maybe five people. I was determined that it would not get the best of me, but sadly, I had to concede defeat about seven-eighths ...
... so no painting. Along now to Fat Margaret Tower looking in at a recommended restaurant that looks lovely but is fully booked. By the tower is an unusual memorial to the 852 who died in the Estonia ferry disaster 28.09.1994. A revisit to Hell Hunt before a curry. I have half tandoori chicken that has 2 drumsticks plus 2 wings tasty but not very meaty! Back to the hotel where we go to the sky lounge with fantastic red sky midnight views over the ...
... to tell us that the President was in residence. At the far end of the central walkway is "Kumu" which is the Art Museum of Estonia. The building itself is very interesting with lots of central open space and natural light. Our thoughts on the exhibitions were mixed; neither of us are particularly big fans of strange modern art, however the portraiture and landscapes were on the whole very well liked. As the clock was approaching 2pm we were both keen for lunch. ...