Apartment Soo 5

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Day 11 Tallinn, Estonia

A travel blog entry by blkconnor


... they were the first country to offer electronic voting. They invented Skype. They have an id card which stores their information, including prescription needs for chemists, their degree results etc. We walked through cobbled stones and saw parts of the city wall. There is a nice square with old churches, cathedrals and watchtowers. We saw the oldest hotel in Estonia. It was famously used by the KGB for spying on people. Floor 23 had recording and sophisticated listening ...

Tallinn Old Town

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

... very impressive but sadly the main one is currently being restored. Opposite this church is the Parliamentary building which is painted pink! It is very large and well kept. At the top of the hill is Dome Church which is only partially open to the public unless you want to pay entry. Thankfully you can pretty much see it all from the small section so we decided not to. A little way beyond this church and through some windy, narrow streets we ...

Somebody's got a case of the Mondays

A travel blog entry by pandasphere


... do in Old Town while it's below freezing and you're dressed for 50 degrees. First suggestion, the Tallinn city museum! Apparently even the tourist center thought they were supposed to be open? What is with this Monday thing!? After that, it was suggested to use to check out the Estonian history museum and several churches. We were, needless to say, skeptical but we tried nevertheless. At this point, Blum suggested that he wouldn't mind just spending the day by a nice fire with a ...

Day 3 in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by tomthedoctor


... a designated "City Card" which you can pick up for 24€ for 24h, with each additional day costing an extra 8€. I actually didn't buy one of these but if I had then I would have saved a decent amount of money, plus I may have been tempted to try a few other places.

Details are here (http://www.tourism.tallinn.ee/eng/fpag e/tallinncard) and they are dead easy to come by. ...

Catamaran To Tallinn

A travel blog entry by lkgyg


... any refund. But we still went ahead and booked another night at our Tallinn hotel.

So we had a morning and the early part of an afternoon to enjoy what the rest of Helsinki had to offer. We took the tram again and went to Finlandia Hall, a concert hall completed in 1971 after four years of construction. There were no tours on that day but we were kindly allowed in to see a part of the building. ...


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