City Hotel Tallinn
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- High-speed internet in room
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... walked to the bus station. Riga's major intersections have tunnels, so it can get confusing if you aren't familiar with street names. I waited for the bus outside and grabbed something that looked like a Latvian version of a corn dog, only it tasted better. The Lux Express bus was great! Plenty of room, free wi-fi, unlimited hot drinks. It's first class compared to Greyhound. The woman I sat next to was from England, and ...
... took me to a favorite place of hers she calls Swan Beach. The countryside and coastline are only about 15 minutes from the city on nice hi way with lighted bike path along side. We go to an overlook and then down to the beach for a most fantastic site. Many many many swans some with the black youngsters following. There are also a few ducks and seagulls. Look closely at the pictures at all those white dots- they are ...
... to where the Tapas place was and ate there again, we ordered tapas and paella items we hadn't tried the night before. Finally we trudged the short walk to the hotel and collapsed in our room for the night. It has been a very long day with lots of walking. Tomorrow will be an easy day, we will take our time in the hotel then head off to the airport around lunch time before flying off to Iceland, where the adventure really starts. If this was the prologue we’re in for a hell of a good ...
... the high cost of building it.
Tallinn is a really great city, and is still largely untouched by the tourist mobs relative to other European capitals. Admittedly it’s difficult to get to, as direct flights from other European cities are rare, with most connecting through Riga or Helsinki. Maybe it’s better that way, as it keeps the tourism down to only those who really want to experience this medieval gem.
... when we found the lake it was fenced off and we couldn't get anywhere near. A little disappointing! A bit of plane spotting (we were next to the airport) and a 20 minute wait for a bus that would take us some-way back to the Old Town followed and we eventually made it back to the Old Town. We then spent the rest of the day on Toompea Hill, which, according to myth, was built on top of the grave of King Kalev and which is also made of ...