The Dancing Eesti

Vaike-Karja/Sauna 1, Tallinn, 10140, Estonia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Vaike-Karja/Sauna 1, Tallinn, is near Kadriorg Park, Art Museum of Estonia, Kumu Art Museum, and Catherine Palace (Kadrioruloss).
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Travel Blogs from Tallinn

A Walk through History in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 08, 2014

8 photos

... took it easy for the rest of the afternoon. After dinner we went to the show, which was a magician we had seen on the Ruby Princess, Brett Sherwood. He was actually a pretty amazing magician, but he was always asking for more applause than he was getting and that got old after a bit. We called it a night relatively early because we had another big day tomorrow – an all day tour in Poland.

Tomorrow: Gdynia, our last port on the Baltic.


Here Comes The Sun

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 06, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... very dry and self-deprecating, and the stereotype of Estonians is that they are very slow people. Their proverb is "measure 7 times, cut once", there is a joke that the reason there are no sharp turns in Estonia is so that Estonians have enough time to react, and the three Baltic countries are the brother/sister pair of Latvia/Lithuania and Estonia is just the retarded cousin up north that you have to invite to parties.

Some of the ...

Day 89: Tallinn is a bit medieval

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 14, 2014

4 comments, 12 photos

... thinking ahead I guess.

With not much else to see on the water we decided to head back to the center of old town. We passed a few more churches as we wandered through the cobblestone streets. The city is really good about putting up signs to tell the story of the old buildings that still line the streets. We must have stopped at over a dozen different signs to learn about the history of a particular area. We ultimately ended up at the Town Hall in the ...

To the Baltics!

A travel blog entry by tmason29 on Sep 13, 2013


... or too look too happy. We do not argue or question anything. We do not complain, we just silently wait!
We have more paper work to fill out on the way and our passports will be taken, hopefully returned lol.

Anyways, I hope the next saga will not be too long and that all will go smoothly, should be an interesting day!

Speak to you all soon from Russia, with Love! xx


The hospital chapter

A travel blog entry by patsy.wecker on Jul 15, 2013

5 photos

... to be replaced by a very aged Russian Babooshka with dementia! Poor Keith & Michaels' faces when they came to visit - they really looked so shocked by my new neighbour who kept calling Michael to get her IV off the pole so she could skedaddle. My dreams of any rest were thwarted at every turn and came to fruition when I was jolted from a deep sleep 2 hours after I settled by a vibrating shake which first made me wake with a ...