Medieval Tallinn is impossibly lovely—pastel-hued buildings, narrow church spires, timbered halls serving game meats and mead. If you go to Estonia’s capital—and you should—you’ll certainly see it.
Probably you’ll sleep in it. The Telegraaf Hotel is a particularly fine place to stay, with 83 comfortable rooms and an appealing thermal suite in the spa. It sits on a main street in the old city, in what was once the main center of communications. the telegraph office—the place where news traveled to and from. The place that connected people from far away, as today’s best luxury hotels continue to do. (It’s part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection for people
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