Kaupmehe 8-3

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

Tallin-ted travelling

A travel blog entry by holmesandaway on Oct 15, 2014

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... rest of the day in the hostel. We made the most of our hot chocolate treat and enjoyed another quality meal - its easy to eat well when the food is so cheap! Later that evening Pip and Nicolette who had also moved onto Tallinn after Riga came over and we enjoyed a few beers and a couple of games of ping pong! The next day we met up with Pip and Nicolette again and decided to visit the Church of Olaf which, if you climb the 258 very narrow steps to the top, offers a fantastic ...

Around Tallinn

A travel blog entry by segacs on Aug 08, 2014

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... Seaplane Museum, where I was able to see some Coast Guard ships and even climb up on them. There was an 100-year-old icebreaker ship in the harbour where there appeared to be some sort of theatrical performance going on, but it was in Estonian so I wasn't able to follow it. Inside the hangers, there's a museum with a pre-WWII submarine, an old survived shipwrecked from the 16th century, and even a full replica of a Short 184 seaplane. Unfortunately, I got there just as ...

Sports day & Tallinn

A travel blog entry by moleandplace on Jul 08, 2014

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... midnight, which was weird, but cool.




Today we are at Tallinn, Estonia. Only in until 1.30pm so we just caught the shuttle bus and walked around the old town for a couple of hours.




Some parts are very old – 1100's and other parts quite modern. Town Hall Square was impressive with all the old buildings, town hall and cathedral. The square was surrounded by cafes and bars ...

Outer Tallinn

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 15, 2014

... walked out to the Telliskivi district in the pursuit of a very cheap restaurant and also a flea market. Nicholas had bought a Hugo Boss jacket there for 1€ the other day so we were keen to have a look! Sadly no such joys beseeched us and we left empty handed. We also left with empty stomachs as the restaurant was closed due to the Tallinn Food Festival being held in the adjacent courtyard. We considered visiting this however as it was pre-11am we decided ...

Somebody's got a case of the Mondays

A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 05, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... into Hell Hunt, which had an impressive beer selection and claims to be the first pub in Estonia - despite being founded in 1993.

It was a pretty nice bar, so when Brockton got in, after giving him a brief walk through town, we ended up taking him there and drinking the rest of the night. Good introduction to Tallinn I think, weather notwithstanding. I seriously hope the rest of the week ends up being substantially warmer. There's only so much May snow that I can take.
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