Vana Tom

Address: Vaike-Karja, 1, Tallinn, Estonia | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Vaike-Karja, 1, Tallinn, is near Tallinn Town Hall, Town Council's Aphothecary, Great Guild Hall, and Photographic Museum at Raekoja.
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      Fairytales, Spys and Birthdays.

      A travel blog entry by nikhil.sharma on Sep 21, 2014

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      ... of the tracks to Telliskivi. This area, once derelict has been guessed it.. into an art space and cafe area! F-Hoone, a cafe in a huge factory building has a great feel, good staff and tasty cheap food.

      The following morning brought an early start (which, when you've got Sarah in tow results in leaving the hostel late and some serious speed walking with heavy backpacks) to catch our bus to St Petersburg.


      Estonia: Tallinn

      A travel blog entry by missjuliapowell on Jun 03, 2014

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      ... of the Rings song. We had lunch and relaxed the rest of the day. Brad cooked dinner for Triin and I while Sacha was at work and we had a nice evening. We had met all of Triin's colleagues on Friday night including her brother Joonas and Carl-Kasper who made plans with us for Monday. They took us back to Rataskaevu 16 for breakfast before we drove an hour out of Tallinn to Rummu. There we climbed the ash hill alongside the lake and an old prison. It was a particularly ...


      A travel blog entry by mek1 on Aug 18, 2013

      13 photos

      ... singing could be heard outside. It was lovely. There were views over the entire town from here.

      We then walked back down the hill and stopped at one of the cafes (the Peppersack) and had a cappuccino. It was a welcome rest. We then went back to the ship. We leave tomorrow for our trip home. First to Munich and then on to Philadelphia. It has been a great trip.

      Attractive Tallinn, where WiFi is a human right!

      A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Jun 25, 2013

      18 photos

      ... a tall object – and climbed the tallest church tower in Tallinn. It was tough but we made it (unlike some Germans we saw giving up half way up). The views were very nice and did give a nice oversight of the Old Town.

      We found some nice cheap places to eat and drink, we went to a pancake place (Kompressor) that Lonely Planet recommends (actually very good and very cheap) and spent the evening at Hell Hunt ("Friendly Wolf"), which is a cozy bar/pub ...

      Towers, Tunnels, and Treddlies

      A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Sep 22, 2012

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      ... built in the 1600s during the time of Swedish rule. When they were built attack was a constant worry, so high bastion walls were constructed around the outside of the city and tunnels built underneath it. The tunnels provided safe movement of soldiers and ammunition to where they were needed, and could be used to spy on the enemy. In the 20th century they were renovated into bomb shelters during World War II. During the Soviet period they ...