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

Tallinn New Year's Eve

A travel blog entry by lotsofnoys on Dec 31, 2014

8 photos

... and lighting up some huge box of fireworks and sending massive skyrockets up which were exploding Ll around the crowd of would say it was chaos but everyone was enjoying it....I think New Years over here is a bit different to what we are use to! After watching the main fire works all the locals then started up so the official fireworks went for 10 minutes and then the unofficial for about another 30! All the way back people and ...

Tallinn Old Town

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 13, 2014

... to say we ate it all! They must have tiny stomachs here... As the sun was now out with patchy blue skies we decided to march up the hill to the viewing platforms and take the postcard perfect photos. This also helped to work off our pizzas and it was a very nice walk in the evening sun and clear air. Once we returned to the hostel we met some room mates- a couple who at studying at King's in London- Nina (Belgian) and Sam (English). Finally it ...

Cheeky excursion to Estonia!

A travel blog entry by almightyg73 on Oct 08, 2013

2 comments, 5 photos

Well waking up this morning was a bit of a surprise. Everything onboard the boat is Russian, the writing, the announcements, the people...all of it. So was a bit of a surprise to find out we had docked in Tallin Estonia for the day before heading on again tonight to St Petersburg! A nice surprise though as Tallinn is one of the most picturesque towns Ive ever seen. I keep expecting to see Charlie running through the streets clutching his golden ticket for ...

A day in the middle ages

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 07, 2013

42 photos

... a sharp 3 euro knife (we know it cost 3 euros 'cos he told us it wasn't a fancy knife.) In the end we bought it, of course. The craftsmanship is remarkable - it feels like silk even though he used no sandpaper at all; he said the wood is smoother if you just use its natural grain and I'm sure he's right - although I wouldn't rather the chances of many people to achieve that sort of finish with the tools he had.

Tallin - funny name but a great place

A travel blog entry by dougo on May 28, 2013

2 comments, 71 photos

... known in English as Katherine Walk – quite ancient with an old monastery and tomb stones in this area. From then were turned left into yet another cobblestone street and we were all like paparazzi madly snapping at every turn. I was stunned to see so many shops selling Amber, knits and various other bits and pieces which all in all started to look very much the same.

There were more restaurants and cafes than you could poke a stick at but ...