Academic Hostel

Address: Akadeemia tee 11, Tallinn, Estonia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Akadeemia tee 11, Tallinn, is near Rocca-al-Mare Open Air Museum, Pirita, Viru Square, and Fat Margaret (Paks Margareeta).
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      A taste of the days of yore

      A travel blog entry by jennymgg on Oct 04, 2014

      ... St Mary the Virgin, also known as the dome church, looked a bit plain on the outside and we baulked at having to pay to enter. However, we did catch a glimpse of some intricate coat of arms shields on the wall. A viewing platform was just around the corner and we went there expecting to see some spectacular sights, but we were left disappointed. It overlooked a basketball court and some trees, with glimpses of the ...

      Finally:: Estonia!

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 20, 2014

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      ... feeling very underwhelmed by my destination...

      And then I hit Old Town. As soon as I saw the tiny, twisting cobblestoned streets of Tallinn's Old Town, I felt excited and rejuvenated. I navigated my way to my hostel called "Knight's House" as it is in a 15th century building that once housed the Teutonic Knights (this may have been the reason behind my choosing to stay here). It's in a quiet corner of Old Town along a little winding street. I dropped my pack ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 20, 2014

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      ... on what was turning into a warmish day 4.

      Mike had outlined on a map what he wanted to see and I think we saw most of it, including a return trip to the old town. Stopped for a cake/ice cream combo and mulled wine which in effect was lunch 6.5. Got a bit lost at times but it was a free afternoon.

      Mike is not big into museums but thought the Occupation Museum might be worth a look. We approached it and it looked dark inside ie closed. We were about ...

      A thrilling, moving spectacle

      A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Jul 04, 2014

      2 comments, 109 photos

      ... it was called. With no blood being shed, Estonia gained indepedence in 1991. No wonder they celebrate so fervently.

      I read some figures about this year's event: 42,000 performers, including more than 1,000 choirs and 654 dance groups, and 153,000 spectators. The printed program said the mass choir numbered over 21,000 – and that doesn't include the 7,400 young children and 5,400 children who ...

      Tallinn, Estonia

      A travel blog entry by pegariah on May 22, 2014

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      ... the best preserved of its kind in all of Europe.
      Back in the Middle Ages, Tallinn was divided into two parts: the Toompea with its hill top castle fortress run by the Teutonic Knights; and the Lower Town inhabited by Hansa merchants. The whole historic district has managed ...