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

Sailing into the Baltic

A travel blog entry by koolajsp on Jul 22, 2014

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... years ago, when she thought he was three degrees out. I kid you not! We have met and chatted to interesting people from around the world. A maths academic from Argentina, a friendly lady from Pakistan, lots of Canadians and Americans. The people who work on the boat are very efficient and friendly and come from all over the world. I think United Nations could learn a lot from international relations on cruise boats, most people seem keen to meet and chat with other people and ...

Tallinn Estonia

A travel blog entry by smithhelen572 on May 13, 2014

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... and town hall square. We went into an antique shop or an antiik shop, as the Estonians say antiques. I just looked at the details for Russia and we lose another hours sleep tonight. Will be better when we come back from Russia we will get the time back again. We have a tour to Pushkin tomorrow morning and a folkloric dancing at night. Busy few days coming up. We are now sailing in the Baltic Sea which isn't as deep as the pacific or Atlantic ...

Sink your talons into Estonia...

A travel blog entry by zerah on Sep 16, 2013

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... and love some of the local pieces.
We all went to dinner last night to a medieval restaurant; lit only by candle light, ye old time menus and dishes, clay jugs, a band playing the lute drums and harp and wenches as waitresses all in traditional dress. I went to the loo and it was set up like I was sitting on a throne, haha. I ate a wild boar dish, really tasty, and had a cinnamon beer. When we came out I went though the main square and ...

Attractive Tallinn, where WiFi is a human right!

A travel blog entry by lukeandloumann on Jun 25, 2013

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... anecdotes (like the fact that WiFi is so readily available the locals see it as a human right rather than a luxury) rather than just historical tidbits. Luke and I agreed that it was one of the better walking tours we had been on. That evening we walked around and looked at the same sights and took photos in our own time. It helped that the thunder storm had passed and it was sunny again, and slightly less humid.

The next morning we did the obligatory ...

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 ...