TALLINN - "When I arrived in Tallinn in August 2003, we had 3,900 hotel rooms available. By the end of this year we will reach 8,000. In four years, the number of rooms has doubled, but the number of tourists coming here certainly has not doubled."Peter Knoll is checking out. After spending four years as the general manager of the prestigious Schlossle Hotel, Knoll is leaving to look for new challenges in other locations.Not that there aren't enough challenges here in Tallinn. After years of soaring trade, the tourism industry has been shaken by some worrying statistics. For the first...
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