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


A travel blog entry by lotsofnoys on Dec 29, 2014

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... the harbour and is surrounded by a huge wall... It is one of the best preserved medieval cities in the world and we could tell when arrived....everywhere we looked this building was constructed in 1500's by this prince or this king...the history in the city is amazing....everywhere you look is another amazing lane or building...there is something to photograph around every corner...!
We meet the owner of the ...

Loore's birthday party

A travel blog entry by jacobcir on Jul 20, 2013

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... transformed into a disco room. There were flashing lights and loud music. All the girls loved dancing to the music. It was pretty late by the time we had the cake. Some kids left to go home but we were there until after midnight. We were the last guests to leave. Loore's dad made a mini bonfire in the big metal tub when it was ...

Touring in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jul 15, 2013

... some postcards and stamps and then wandered around, looking for an ideal bar to sit and write them out. We spotted an Irish bar called Shamrocks (fancy coming to Estonia to sit in an Irish bar!) which had free wi-fi so we went in, ordered a pint each of their local beer, and sat outside in the shade to enjoy our drinks, people watch, write ...

60 Tallinn

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Jun 19, 2013

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... place like this but not in a country which was is subject to seasonal changes.

The Tallinn tourist information offers a free two hour walking tour, daily at 12 noon for. Many interesting facts were explained and a lot about the history of the town which make it more pleasurable to experience the town.

The city walls have a Bastions every 100 meters or so. Under the bastions there are usually tunnels which connects them ...

“Dry, Dry, Dry”

A travel blog entry by mergatroid on Sep 21, 2012

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... cobbled streets and numerous old buildings. I enjoyed my time in Russia but it was nice to be in a city moving at a slower pace.

A few of us were considering doing an optional tour the next day in the Bastion Tunnels, which run under the old town and date from medieval times. Sara pointed us in the direction were we would find the place to book the tour while she and a couple of others stopped for coffee. Those of us in search of the ...