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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... The majority of these tourists were from Germany, the UK and the USA, although we didn't hear too many English speaking voices during our stay. I gather the cruise ship tourists come in during the morning, do their tours, shop a little, then leave. I was glad we were just imbibing in the spirit of Estonia during our short stay. All in all, a 'must do' for those travellers who are looking to have a medieval experience in a friendly, safe and interesting ...
... algab jalutamise alguseni jäänud päevade lugemine kahe käe sõrmedel
07.07.2015 soetan pool kilo plaastrit ja teipi
14.07.2015 matkakraami kuhjamine ühte hunnikusse
Reaktsioonid taustal: miks sa seda teed? nii pikalt? üksi lähedki? sa oled hull! Tore on tekitada kaasinimestes emotsioone. Hull ma ei ole, selle kohta on värske tõend psühhiaatrilt. Tegemist peab olema millegi ...
We are fortunate to be able to return to the beautiful city of Tallinn, Estonia. Our fortune is all the better because we shared the experience with Lorraine and Arlene. As our ship docked, we saw one of the many ferries also coming into port.
After breakfast, we disembarked. We had a lengthy walk along the pier to the taxi stand. I asked the driver to drop us off at the tourist information office. I ...
... I'm silently observing a variety of insects plod their way through the maze of petals and sneaking their midget little bodies through leafy hidey-holes. Seized by the memory of, "Don't ignore it, report it!" (a vigorous, onboard lecture outlining the innumerable hazards posed by cockroaches, bed bugs, fleas etc. etc.) I caaarefully conceal the bouquet in my jacket, swipe through my crew ID and one dash down to Deck 4 later, the flowers and bugs have prize place on my dressing ...
... historic skyline became visible.
Oddly there was no passport control at either end. The Tallinn terminal was an odd Soviet era pyramid structure designed to view any advancing attack, now covered in graffiti and a hang out place for the young.