Apartment Soo 5

Soo 5, Tallinn, 10414, Estonia | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Tallinn

Eastern Europe

A travel blog entry by twopeasinparis

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After leaving the dogs, snow and safaris behind in Finland, we started our travels down through Eastern Europe with our first stop being in Tallinn, capital of Estonia. This became our first taste of a heavily Russian-influenced country and we noticed the number of Russians in the hotel and tourist areas hugely outnumbered the European and Western travellers. The old town of Tallinn is very interesting and is, as they say, one of the best preserved medieval towns ...

After the Sunset

A travel blog entry by funkymonk

... something I don't actually enjoy doing but which sometimes just has to be said). I wondered if they were catching the same ferry as me, but I didn't care either way.

All I cared about was waking up on time, getting on the ferry and onwards to Finland. The sun has set on my time in eastern Europe and I have to say, the Baltic countries have been my favourite part not just of eastern Europe, but Europe as a whole. I'd go back to Latvia, Lithuania or Estonia any day over somewhere like Austria.
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Day 29 - Helsinki to Tallinn

A travel blog entry by magicbus1

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... so we were correspondingly late in boarding. Despite having booked a height of 2.4m, we were put in a line of other VW and Mercedes vans i.e. with no bike racks. The roof looked awfully low when we went 'upstairs' on the car deck, but we made it OK. Just, according to Alison who was hanging out the window looking back at the bikes, while I crawled forwards steeling myself for the awful grawnshing noise which never came. We went straight to the canteen for ...

Snowshoeing Through Bogs and Forest in Estonia

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns

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... seemed wavy. That's because strips of the peat ground had been removed in years before WWII for insulation and energy. This practice has been reduced to protect the wetlands (peat accumulates very slowly). Peat bogs are also an important carbon sink.





At the end of it all, I was super glad to have booked the tour. Good thing my winter weather doubts didn't bog me down.
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Tallinn, Beyond the Fairytale Old Town

A travel blog entry by reyna.jenkyns

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... hangar. It's an awesome space, full of maritime and military equipment. Throughout, there are very informative multimedia displays. There is even the Lembit submarine that you can go inside. I was newly introduced to the world of snow-sailing, a sport in which Estonia has a long history. The abundance and variety of underwater mines was also unexpected.

For a small ...

 

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