From the map that I was holding and which I've studied over and over, our hotel in Tallinn look like it was an effortless walk from the ferry terminal. All we needed to do was make sure we were on a street called Toompuiestee. So we crossed the first stop light right after the terminal, sought the name of the first street on the map (which we couldn't determine since there were no street signs!) and tried asking the first local we could find who only shrugged and said "something . . . something" in Estonian.
Go Hotel Shnelli, was located next to. We didn't want to use the tram as we had no Estonian Kroon and there's no way we could have bought any tram ticket using the Euro. Estonia has been part of the Europian Union (EU) since 2004 but their Kroon won't be replaced by the Euro until at least next year.
Old Town, Tallinn's postcard-pretty medieval part of town.
tourist town, not just Old Town, after all. For tonight however, we're gonna have to sleep in medieval (dis) comfort . . . without airconditioning.