Kaupmehe 8-3

Kaupmehe 8-3, Tallinn, 10122, Estonia | Hotel
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Landfall - Tallinn

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron

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... were so old, and the little streets twisted and turned. It was very pretty. The cobbles were interesting. The main part of the street (maybe a car width) was done in normal brick size/shape cobbles, but to the sides were just pieces of rock (imagine a normal NZ brick broken into three or four pieces) with very fine gravel in between. What I did notice was there was no rubbish and no cigarette ...

St Petersburg Russia day 2

A travel blog entry by smithhelen572

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... education If you have any debts, like a car or house loan the govt will not issue a visa so you are unable to travel overseas. We should introduce this for our school fees. Traffic sucks no lanes, traffic all day, cars park where they would like. In two days driving around I saw 4 accidents Ok this is the best, if a husband didn't like his wife he would ship her off to a convent and she would become a nun. Yes a nun!! There is 1/3 population male, 2/3 females. Wages Pensioners ...

Killing time with Cake and Coffee

A travel blog entry by madanaki

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... around. We took a walk in the park, had a coffee and cake, filling in time before catching our train to Tallinn, Estonia at 5.30 pm.

Tallinn is a beautiful, mediaeval town and our hotel was a very quirky 18th C building with exposed brickwork and swords and coats of arms in the halls. We wandered around town at midnight, grabbed a quick bedtime beer before heading back to crash.
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The Marathon continues

A travel blog entry by bot989

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After the last tour of Russia we got back to the ship at 4:15 in time for another golf lecture which are quite good as Joe the pro has lots of stories but if you are not a golfer it would be a bore. At 7 we were ready for the show for the evening and as they have been in the past a surprise on the quality of the entertainment. It was ...

Estonia and the Singing Revolution

A travel blog entry by rachel21601

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... another long bus ride, Johanna gives us a concise but thorough history of Russia, from the Viking Rurik, founder of Kievian Rus to Putin. (I am glad that I did my 'homework'.)

Lunch is at a hotel in Parnu, a resort town on the Baltic. The food, a buffet, is fine, but both the hotel and town are past their glory days when the top Party brass spent holidays here. Although we walked down to the beach, it was too cold to put our feet in the Baltic. After lunch and ...

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