L'Ermitage Hotel

Address: Toompuiestee 19 , Tallinn, 10137 , Estonia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Toompuiestee 19 , Tallinn, is near Town Hall Square (Raekoja Plats), Toompea Hill, Estonian Museum of Occupations, and Linda Monument.
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      A good day in Tallinn - Day 5

      A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Aug 28, 2014

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      For my last stop in Tallinn, I bought a ticket to the 10th Annual Chamber Music Festival. It was held in the Town Hall, the center of civic rule from the Middle Ages to the early 20th century. This Gothic building from 1404 replaces the previous Town Hall from 1322.

      The concert took place on the 2nd floor in this hall. It ...

      End of the Baltics

      A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 15, 2014

      2 comments, 16 photos

      ... which time I got pelted with rain - but the rest of the trip was dry and the small amount of rain I'd picked up dried soon enough. I pulled into Tallinn and saw a sign pointing left for Tallinn on road E67, and a sign pointing right for Helsinki also on road E67. For a moment I thought I'd booked a ferry for nothing because the sign made it look awfully like there was a bridge or tunnel, but I knew for certain that was not the case. Sure enough the sign to Helsinki takes ...

      Last two days in Estonia - Soviet past

      A travel blog entry by barbara9909 on Jul 07, 2014

      75 photos

      ... ending up in the more modern part of town where there are many buildings dating back to the 19th century or Soviet area. Many buildings are fixed up and some are not, it is a real mix! I eventually ended up in Freedom Square and then, the Old Town.

      I ate dinner at a cafe, then meandered through the bustling Old Town streets, soaking up a final bit of medieval Tallinn magic as the setting sun gleamed off the historic buildings, before heading home.

      A vibrant country has arisen

      A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Jun 20, 2014

      2 comments, 143 photos

      ... independent now. By the early 1200s, the Danes occupied Tallinn and northern Estonia (Tallinn means "Danish city"), and German merchants settled in the Tallinn area around that time, retaining their economic domination until 1939. The Swedes ruled in the 1600s, then Tsarist Russians from 1710 on. Peter the Great visited Tallinn often and built Kadriorg Palace as his summer estate. Serfdom was abolished in 1816, and an Estonian nationalist ...

      Leaving Russia, Entering Estonia

      A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on May 16, 2014

      3 photos

      ... It looked like Moscow was going to blow out Tel Aviv, but the Israeli team made a run at the end and won it at the last second 68-67. It was incredible! We hung out for another drink at Nimeta Baar and then came back to the hostel.

      Dean is leaving first thing in the morning to head to Riga, and I’m staying in Tallinn for another night. We have a similar itinerary, but ...