Von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
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... tickets to all performances of note were sold out for the days we would be there. On arrival in St Petersburg we were flummoxed. Trying to get a taxi and feeling we were not being ripped off proved difficult as did finding anyone who could understand English. Wyn went on his way, walking to where he believed his hotel was. We decided to do the same, heading in the opposite direction, having shown a few people our slip of paper with the hotel's name in Cyrillic (Fontanka 5). One or ...
... feel the ship movement. Tonight we enjoyed a special dinner at The Crab Shack where for $20 we enjoyed a feast of Alaskan Crab and prawns over a 3 course feast with large bibs and all the necessary tools to achieve maximum return - we come from a lifetime of crab eaters, though didn't bang them on the table or suck the claws!! A big day tomorrow so no movies tonight, off to bed as we also lose another hour for St ...
Tere ohtust (TEH-reh HOOKH-toost)! Good evening!
Day 3, breakfast #2 at Telegraaf Hotel, Tallinn.
I woke up to the sound of rain and felt lost; did not know how to proceed with my day. For that reason, after breakfast, I went back to bed and actually fell asleep. I must've needed it. The rain wasn't letting up so I had to ...
... of the sculpture, is that a meta-selfie? A self-selfie?)
The afternoon was hot, and the beach sounded like a good idea. There`s no beach directly in Tallinn, but there is one a few kilometers away in Pirita. We tried to rent bikes for the afternoon to bike out there, but the rental shop was all out of them. So instead, we walked around to the Viru Centre to catch a local bus. On the way, we noticed an archery area set up in a park outside ...
... path, historic bridges, an impressive university main building, a historic Gunpowder Cellar now housing the world's highest-ceiling pub(!), a large, treed park sprinkled with monuments to local literary and scientific heroes, and an imposing redbrick structure, half cathedral ruins from the late 1200s and half renovated to house the university museum. An enjoyable day, despite the off-and-on rain.
July 4 arrived, and the Song and Dance Celebration ...