Hostel Tatari 21 B

Address: Tatari 21B, Tallinn, 10116 , Estonia | Hostel
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Estonia, Tallinn

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Jul 31, 2015

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... to GDP among all EU countries at 6.7%. The Estonian military, Estonian Defence Forces, consists of an Army, Air Force and paramilitary national guard is an active member of NATO and other peacekeeping forces. Estonia is also the location of a NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence. Once our ship was docked around 10:30, we walked from the boat toward the town center, some 30 minutes away. We planned to use a walking tour app which we had tested ...

Land Ho!

A travel blog entry by travellingfools on Jun 01, 2015

2 comments, 17 photos

... were clearly not meant for current average American sizes. The towers were worth the effort though and the kids enjoyed the experience. The views were impressive but mostly we just basked at the ambiance of 600 year old towers that were at one point an active part of the city's defense. Unfortunately, abandon towers also means pigeon poo, a lots of it! We were relatively unscathed in the narrow, twisting stairwells but the open tower attics were ...

Exploring Tallinn

A travel blog entry by nirnimesh.dube on May 17, 2015

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... gulping down the Indian flavour, we headed straight to Patrei Sea Fortress Prison which was functioning during the Soviet Rule. The tour of the prison took us back to the communist state of USSR. It was a huge dilapidated building isolated from the main land and only endless sea to look at. One can truly get a first hand experience of the life of the inmates living here. The place has a distinct feel of the communist regime. "Workers of the World Unite", "Lenin Shall Live ...


A travel blog entry by tlvice on Jan 05, 2015

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... The songs appeared to be Russian Christmas carols.

Walking around the circle, we finally made it to a good vantage point. There, in the center of the circle, sitting on one of the only chairs in the church, sat the priest. He was obviously lost in the enjoyment of the singing. As we stood watching him, the choir began to sing Silent Night, the first pass in Russian and the second in English. It was so beautiful and moving that it ...

Tallin-ted travelling

A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Oct 15, 2014

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... classy I know! But when it's cold outside and your looking for a bench in the warm where it's not unusual for people to eat and you don't have to pay where else do you go?! We then set off to find a church that we'd heard all about and is refered to as Church of the Rock. Temppeliaukio Church is built directly out of solid rock and bathed in natural light through a skylight in the form of a dome in the centre of the roof. It really is very impressive and most unlike your typical ...

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