Kaupmehe 8-3

Address: Kaupmehe 8-3, Tallinn, 10122, Estonia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tallinn


A travel blog entry by kstubbs97 on Aug 04, 2015

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... finishing breakfast. There was a market in the square so I had a quick look around that and bought a little box with an antique map decoupaged on it. I also asked the guys at reception where I could change money and they marked the location of a bank across the road from the Sokos Hotel, which is convenient as this is where the tour starts from.

Another perfect day in Tallinn and the walk down Viru was sunny and pleasantly warm. The bus arrived a ...

Padise-Metsanurme, 47,01 km

A travel blog entry by nipitiri on Jul 18, 2015

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... kasvab pärast Keilat üle korralikuks vihmaks. Viimased 12 kilomeetrit vaatan maailma tilkuva mütsinoka alt. Otsustan, et kui enne kaheksat maanteeni jõuan, pressin edasi kuni järgmise lõkkekohani, sest sellises ilmas ei oleks katuseta söögitegu ja muud asjatoimetused mõeldavad. Vahepeal on põllumajandusmaastik. Keilas tuleb sulberdada läbi jõe, kuhu asetatud kivid on kuivema ilma korral ilmselt näha. Leian pargist toika, millega saab katsuda, kas kivi on või ei ole. Tekib tahtmine ...

Tallinn to St Petersburg

A travel blog entry by uesheap on Oct 13, 2014

... next to a nondescript door and a buzzer. Inside was gloomy and grubby and clearly not the entrance to the hotel, but rather the entrance to an old apartment block. Anyway there were stairs, so huffing and puffing we heaved our luggage up flights of stairs until we reached the 'hotel' entrance - on the fifth floor. It wasn't until the fourth floor that we realized there was a lift - of sorts, barely big enough for two, dirty and worryingly noisy with a floor that looked and felt ...

A Day in Tallinn - Day 4

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 27, 2014

... new places. It seems many tourists had the same idea. I don't know if they were cruise crowds or just travelers but I certainly wasn't expecting this much activity.

Master's Courtyard
This site is dedicated to the master craftsmen. Hidden away in a quiet courtyard I found private shops for the sale ...

Helsinki to Tallinn

A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Aug 14, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... artefacts therein. A walk of 1.5 km over cobbled paths saw us visit the barracks, dry dock which is still used, gun emplacements and other fortifications. Truly a bastion which protected this town until the commandant surrendered it to the Russians in 1807. After the Finnish civil war and WW1 it passed it Finnish hands as they had just become independant. Now a museum and UNESCO listed , it is a favourite picnic spot for Helsinkians and much visited by ...