Three Sisters Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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After a wonderful night sleep and an hour time change, we pulled into the port city of Tallinn, Estonia during breakfast. They had warned that it would take some time for the ship to get positioned in its berth and gangways in place and whatnot. By 9:30, however, we were anxious to be off so we decided to find the disembarkation queue. Little did we know that they had just finished the process, no one was in line, and we were practically first off the ...
... died, the hand-carved coats of arms accompanied the casket and procession through town to the church. Once at the church, a crypt in the floor received the casket, while the coat of arms hung on a wall or building column as close as possible to the place of burial.
Both the altar and the pipe organ in the church were spectacular, but the coats of arms really stole the show.
Leaving that church, the snowstorm had increased in ...
We made our flight to Tallinn with plenty of time to spare. We breezed through bag check-in and security and were waiting at the gate almost an hour before boarding. Despite boarding 15 minutes late, the plane took off pretty much on time and we even landed 10 minutes early. LOT Polish Airlines were great and I'd fly with them again any time. There was so much leg room, much more so than Emirates. No ...
... in question, and bought a couple to sample. Sadly, like everywhere else in the Baltics, they didn't have AC, so all their chocolates were slightly melted. Still tasted good, though.
I returned to the hostel and spent a bit of time reading, updating blogs, and chatting with a German girl who's staying here and an English guy who's been living and working here for a few months. The English guy, Tony, was telling us a bit about life in Estonia. He said in the winter, ...
... and on that walk it became apparent that we’d have lots of company in the kind of walking tour that Cathy and I like to do. There were 4 ships in port today and a fairly small old town to explore, so we anticipated crowds. We decided to walk around the outside of the walls of the old town to the far side and work our way back to the ship, hoping that most people would start their tour at the beginning and we’d avoid the crowds. This worked very well in the ...