Lillekula Hotel

Address: Luha 18b, Tallinn, 10131, Estonia | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Luha 18b, Tallinn, is near Old Town, Pirita, Fat Margaret (Paks Margareeta), and Long Street (Pikk tanav).
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      Telling you about Tellinn

      A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Oct 19, 2014

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      ... for some time now. But on waking past a salon and reading a sign "Happy hour: €30!" I decided today wouldn't be the day!

      We then wandered the markets, both the indoor and outdoor one before heading the start of the walking tour at 12pm, when the sun was highest in the sky (although being this far north, that wast very high and our shadows still sprawled across the floor, at least the sun was out I guess!)

      It began at the main cathedral, built between the ...

      Wet cobblestones

      A travel blog entry by newsbob on Aug 26, 2014

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      ... to Gregorian chants.

      In front of them stood a wooden barrier with several doors that a priest periodically opened and closed. While one door was briefly open, I could see the other priests who were leading the prayers. Scattered around the corners of the cathedral were raised crypts containing coffins of important parishioners.

      We then visited the nearby Dome Church where photography was allowed.

      This Lutheran church, ...

      Helsinki to Tallinn

      A travel blog entry by bobrogers on Aug 14, 2014

      3 comments, 5 photos

      ... and seen for a pittance of entry fee whereas the big town museums like Rijksmuseum ask a handsome fee to explore pieces not quite so old or significant but maybe better known. There were not just painted artwork but sculptures and silversmith work form the Guild time, long before Christianity got to Estonia. We really were impressed at this work not for the religious point of view but the detail given and the condition it is kept. They are State ...


      A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 19, 2014

      ... The little umbrellas and signs bobbed up and done amongst the moving mobs. On the way through the diplomatic district we came across a recent shrine of flowers outside the Dutch Embassy. The Dutch couple in our group were visibly moved as a result of the lists of life on the Malaysian airline. We offered some comfort and I heard the normally demure Dutch lady say one word to the perpetrators: "*******s." We ended up in the ...

      A Walk through History in Tallinn

      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Jul 08, 2014

      8 photos

      ... vane and say “There he is!” The last legend we were told was about a little gray man who comes up to people in Tallinn and asks “Is the city ready yet?” The answer is always “No – it’s not ready yet.” The story is that when the city is “ready” it will be inundated with huge floods – so the answer to the little man’s question will always be a resounding “NO!”

      Our ...