Address: Kroodi 6, Maardu, Harjumaa, Aigrumae, 74114, Estonia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Kroodi 6, Maardu, Harjumaa, Aigrumae, is near Town Wall, Tallinn Zoo, Botanical Garden (Botaanikaaed), and Zlobin Souvenirs.
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Travel Blogs from Aigrumae

Where is Estonia?

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Sep 11, 2015

2 comments, 15 photos

... was first mentioned on maps in 1154. It received town rights in 1248. As such there is the usual town wall and a town gate to enter the city. Streets are narrow and made of cobble stones. It is considered one of the better preserved medieval towns in Europe. The lower portion of the old town was originally occupied by artisans and guilds, the working class people. One of its major structures is St Olaf's Church which was considered to be ...

New Year's Day in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by lotsofnoys on Jan 01, 2015

... shop took his fancy...! Some things don't change! Some of the shops around were not open today so we had lunch in the had some traditional fare on the menu so I tried the Estonian sausages with mash...very nice...quite thin snags that were an indeterminate meat...! I took the two older girls out for a hot chocolate at the little cafe near our apartment in the afternoon which allowed Al to get the suitcases sorted ...

Sightseeing in Tallinn Old Town

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 21, 2014

8 photos

... Germans of the Teutonic Knights followed by the Russians under Ivan the Terrible. Next the Swedes who were then driven out by the Danes, Polish-Lithuanians and the Russians, who divided up the country. The Estonians only won independence from the Soviet Russians in the war of 1918-1920. It was short lived however as the Soviets were soon back as part of the non-agression pact with Nazi Germany. When fighting broke out, the Nazis drove the Russians out of Estonia but ...

End of the Baltics

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 15, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... t really want to eat on my own again, so I came back to the hostel and hung out in the common room for a while. I ended up chatting to a young mum called Eda with her 3 year old son on holiday from Finland, and then I also invited the guy named Jesus playing on his laptop on his own, so we now had a party of three adults and one child. We walked to the pancake place but since the kitchen was about to close so we had to order quick. In our haste both Jesus and I ordered ...

A Walk through History in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 08, 2014

8 photos

... 000 Estonian people (including Madli’s father) were deported to Siberia by the Russians who had taken control of the country. They sent “all enemies of the state” and their families. Enemies of the state were people who were well-educated, people who were active in their communities, and anyone else that they thought might resist the Russian control. It was a difficult time. Madli told us that Estonian’s have always enjoyed singing ...