In 1878, architect Rudolf Bernhard, the first rector of the St Petersburg Institute of Civil Engineers, built at Pikk 62 neo-Gothic house on the tower plot. R. Bernhard designed the southeastern facade of his building from the city wall and tower. Inside the Hattorp tower came circular rooms, medieval slots for windows, “writes architect Andri Ksenofontov.” At the same time, the tower was pulled inside like a cocktail straw. In 1896, Rudolf’s son Erwin, also a famous architect, built the tower on a new floor in a neo-Gothic fairytale style. More info from Wikipedia
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This Tallinn apartment rental comes with one parking spot in the gated yard. The fact that the apartment is on the 1st floor makes it very comfortable for families with children. During your stay you will enjoy the big bathroom with a bathtub, sauna and a separate walk-in shower. The kitchen is well equipped and you will find all the important appliances as oven,stove-top and dishwasher. The apartment has a large living room area where you have a fold-out couch for 2 and a single bed. In the living room you will also find a nice dining table and a comfortable couch where you can enjoy your evenings watching TV and relaxing.
Self-checkout (also known as self-service checkout and as semi-attended customer-activated terminal, SACAT) machines provide a mechanism for customers to process their own purchases from a retailer. They are an alternative to the traditional cashier-staffed checkout. The customer performs the job of the cashier themselves, by scanning and applying payment[clarification needed] for the items. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Self-checkout
This is a spacious and comfortable 2 bdrm Tallinn apartment rental located in a nice residential area called Kadriorg. The apartment fits comfortably 5 people (king size bed in bedroom nr 1,in bedroom nr2 2 single beds and a fold-out bed)
Self-checkout done at Sikupilli Prisma in Tallinn.Quite fast and easy to do.Changing the menu language does not change the language on the payment terminal
Self-checkout machines provide a mechanism for customers to process their own purchases from a retailer. They are an alternative to the traditional cashier-staffed checkout. The customer performs the job of the cashier themselves, by scanning and applying payment for the items. Wikipedia
1.Download the app and register as a user
2.Add suitable payment and loyalty cards
3.In order to pay, open the QR code scanner on your phone and scan the code or touch the NFC mark.
4.Choose a suitable loyalty card (select it with a tap on the image of the correct card)
5.Choose a suitable payment card for the marked spot (by dragging the image of the card to the marked spot on the left)
6.Confirm the payment by tapping the “PAY” button
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