Three Sisters Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... to remember either Tallin or Estonia. I shall keep working on them by bribing them with a reindeer meatball.
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
In this entry I will be talking about how I played ping pong on the cruise. There were two ping pong tables so there could be two matches going on at once. The first time I played ping pong on the boat was with my dad. He taught me how to play the game and it came ...
Not bad sleep until 0500, eventually getting up at 0600. Mucking around and out to sit across
below the old town at 0645, waiting for the restuarant to open at 0700. Might take a tranquill pic per location, always considering new options for the book.
French horde in early, showing the usual no manners, barging in. Kevin came down first, a nice chap of Aussie heritage living on the isle of Guernsey. Mike came down and it was the usual everybody's been ...
Cases out by 08.00, breakfast, meet in the hotel lobby at 09.00 for the 10.30 ferry from Tallinn to Helsinki. It's another lovely sunny day and there are great views as we sail away. We arrive in Helsinki a couple of hours later. The trip into the port is pretty through lots of islands. We are soon on the coach for the city tour, first stop is the memorial to Sibelius, a dramatic sculpture of organ pipes. Then a drive by the ...
... of people seated all the way up the hillside to the line of trees. When the wave reached the farthest row, everyone would cheer even more loudly. It really worked to join us all together. As one. That was the theme in 2009: "To Breathe As One." This year it was "Touched by Time. The Time to Touch."
The Saturday evening concert featured one song from each Song Celebration of the past, grouped in ...
... fine example of museum design. We just had lunch sitting in a gallery looking down on the exhibits & marvelling.
After walking around the yard outside we watched an80ft, 2 masted trading ship pull away & admired an old icebreaker which is being renovated before returning to the hotel, weary but pleased.
After a rest we returned to the old city for dinner at a recommended restaurant where Jane had boiled cabbage & Dick had Elk sausages both of which we enjoyed.