Von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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... our precious remaining minutes while Max followed me into a sunny cafe to sample Estonian beer - nice!
The Magic has made a smaller version of the Fantasy's boutique, but this time with a Frozen theme to compliment the Frozen party. Once we were back on ship Fid was off to the Edge (his gaming recluse) while Gab & I took Boo to get transformed into Anna. She grinned from ear to ear through the whole thing. The rest of us got into ...
... white symbol is said to have fell from the sky into the Kings hand and was seen to be a devine hand when the Danes later succeeded in battle.
The three colours of the Estonian flag symbolize blue for the sky, black for the sorrows during occupation, and white for the pure land.
Another Danish folklore is the site of the city. ...
... you are overseas...otherwise you would not do anything! We also walked along the water and had a look through the slussen which was a building that housed bit of Stockholm's checkered history.... We were walking back to the hostel at about 3pm but it felt like about 6pm...with the moon out and the sun done it is still hard getting use to the length of the days over here...I would not like to live over ...
... supposedly "non existent" 23rd floor. The KGB museum tour included a history of the hotel during the soviet era, a look around the quarters to see old spy equipment (including exploding purses and cufflinks with microphones - very James Bond) and listening to anecdotes from the Soviet occupation - apparently it was quicker to get room service by talking to the lamp than by calling the lobby.
In the evening we crossed over to the ...
... matched that of the tower. The museum was free with the Tallinn card, which I was glad for as I wasn’t that impressed with it. It was advertised as covering the whole of Estonian maritime history, and technically it did. But the bits I found most interesting, the displays covering the stone age to the medieval period, were very few. There weren’t a lot of artefacts from any period and most displays seemed to be model ships. I’m still ...