Address: Tahetorni 16 , Tallinn, 11625, Estonia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Tahetorni 16 , Tallinn, is near Rocca-al-Mare Open Air Museum, Pirita, Viru Square, and Fat Margaret (Paks Margareeta).
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      Tallin, Estonia

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... on the cobblestones. There are a lot of tourists and I can't imagine being here in July or August. It's not unbearable though and we've found that walking around these cities late at night can be the most magical, because most people are in bed and people light up a lot of the buildings.

      Everything is much cheaper here but not super cheap because there are so many tourists. Still, a traditional Russian meal for two, with drinks at ...

      Tallinn City Tour- Day 2

      A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 25, 2014

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      ... most of the Old Town but the tour didn’t include entrances so I hope to have the chance to re-visit a couple of the sights.

      Old Town is divided into two distinct parts; Lower Town and Toompea Hill. The City Center is
      where building of the modern high-rises took off in ...

      Perfect Medieval Town

      A travel blog entry by khillski on Aug 06, 2014

      45 photos

      ... 197 ft. above the ground floor. We were the first ones up today and although we were hot, sweaty, and tired, it was worth all the work.

      St. Nicholas’ Church (Niguliste), near Raekoja square, is dedicated to fisherman and sailors. Originally built on 13th century, it suffered greatly in Soviet bombing and after restoration is in use as an art museum and concert hall. Most famous of its artworks are paintings by Bernt ...

      Day 11 Tallinn, Estonia

      A travel blog entry by blkconnor on Jul 08, 2014

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      ... and a cake. We then went to the bike hire shop to get our bikes. It was a gentle cycle through the streets and parks as the city is quite flat. Sightseeing by bike was good as we got to see parts of the city not see easy by foot in such a short time. We went to a nice park built by peter the great, the Russian csar. He had a big influence in Estonia. He built a summer residence for him and his wife, Catherine the first. We went to the Estonia president's house which had only ...

      Fat Margaret

      A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 14, 2014

      ... controlled ships and a paper airplane making section with a narrowing tube to try and throw them through. Outside there were some old military ships out of the water with gangways so we could walk about on them too. One was in the water though and it was completely open inside as well; it was striking how much more space these sailors had than submariners! On the walk back in to old town we visited the passenger terminal to make sure we know where it ...