Three Sisters Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... of the dance extravaganza at a sports stadium; a procession of choirs, bands and dance groups that took almost six hours, spectators cheering along the entire five-kilometre route from Freedom Square to the Song Festival Grounds; a three-hour song concert on Saturday evening; and a seven-hour song concert on Sunday, beginning with a young children's mass choir and culminating in a huge, mass choir. The event is extraordinary, unique, ...
... very direct & are quite forthright in their criticism which some people see as being rude. Friendships & physical displays of affection are discouraged & it sounded very much like the behaviour in some Scandinavian TV series such as "The Bridge".
Edith took us to the oldest cafe in Talinn with its decor from 1861 & after some more time leaving us with a to-do list for a week’s stay, parted with us on (we hope) good terms.
One suggestion was to ...
Hi all We are in Tallinn Estonia. It is cold and that is saying it nicely. We arrived this morning in fog and mist. It was strange coming into nothing and then you saw a Ferris wheel!!! The town is an old cobble stone streets with lovely old buildings. It's amazing, wonderful little alleyways leading to beautiful buildings. The weather a balmy 7 degrees not sure about the wind chill factor but it's cold. I had gloves on and even when I took ...
A lie in until 0900, then a casual breakfast before leving the ship at 1030 for a 15 minute walk into the old City. Another fine, calm, sunny day with the temperature in the low 20's. Strolled through the old city taking in its lovely old buildings and narrow cobblestone streets flowing with tourists, many off our ship. Souvenir shops galore and many cafes with tables ...
... up. In the 90s when the KGB left Estonia, they left so quickly that they only had time to destroy their equipment but not remove it. Today one can take a tour of the 23rd floor – it is now a museum. We did that, and it was pretty wild to hear about the surveillance methods. Visitors of interest would be placed into certain rooms which were bugged and everything that went on would be recorded. Most visitors to the hotel probably realized that ...