Three Sisters Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pickles in a tub with a pointy stick. The atmosphere was cozy, what with the small tables and low arched roof overhead. But strangely, this place doesn't gouge you and advertised food for under 3E and beers under 5.
The next morning Deanne and I explored for a few hours on our own and I blogged a bit in a coffee shop. It takes time but what really takes time is sorting and culling and rotating photos! We're taking hundreds a day ...
Tallinn has several churches but they are not and never have been a religious nation. Denmark, Sweden, Germany and the Soviet Union (twice) occupied or ruled Estonia over the ages and religion was imposed on them; they were described as superstitious heathens. Estonia ...
... br> As we left port we passed the Patarei Prison. In 1828 Nicholas I of Russia mandated the building of the sea fortress of Patarei in Tallinn to protect the sailing route to St. Petersburg, the capital of the Russian empire. It was completed in 1840. Over the years it has had different functions. In 1867 the complex functioned as military barracks and from 1919 until 2004 as a prison. Today it gives a glimpse of Soviet-era prison life in all ...
... the words are different. We passed a beach was quite busy since it was a very warm day. We said goodbye to Indric at 12.15 so we had a bit of time to walk about before boarding by 1.30. We made it onto the ship with 3 minutes to spare and the ship's crew formed a line and cheered us on! We had a quick lunch and sunbathed for a bit. We went into the hot tub and a quick splash in the pool. Kieran and Lucy enjoyed Tallinn and it wasn't what they were expecting. A thoroughly ...
... We sat inside sheltering from the drizzle a while and having a quick look over our route for the day. Walking past the monument to those who died in the Estonian War of Independence, we reached the Kiek in de Kök museum. The museum mainly focused on the development of the city's fortifications throughout the ages. It also explained a bit about the Livonian Order in the Great Northern War. We went on up the hill to see the Linda Monument. ...