Kinga Apartments

Kinga 1, Tallinn, EE0010, Estonia | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Tallinn

Landfall - Tallinn

A travel blog entry by janet_and_ron

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... to the darkest ale - all seemed to be around 4.6%. The traditional snacks were served in a cast iron frying pan - pieces of crackling, pieces of pork, pieces of black bread and balls which tasted like cheese, but looked a bit like bread, so I'm thinking it is a very heavily cheese based dough formed in balls and deep fried, as was everything else. They were served with a mayo type dipping sauce. ...

St Petersburg Russia

A travel blog entry by smithhelen572

1

Good morning all We have arrived in st Petersburg Russia this morning. It looks cold outside, I haven't ventured out yet. Our tour starts at 7.45am, yes that's the correct time. With all the time changes I am not sure I know what's my body is doing. I am interested in seeing Russia and our bus trip will take over an hour each way so we get to see some of the countryside as well. Mind you dad will be asleep on the bus. I just hope ...

Baltic Medieval Hideaway

A travel blog entry by tom_and_emma

2
50

... and gesturing us into a Medieval Hall. We were glad we stopped as it was so cool! After winding our way through a maze of little passages and corridors, we ended up sitting drinking honey mead (Tom) and me drinking red berry juice from Tankards listening to a Medieval music group performing in a room only lit by candle light with brightly painted walls. It was a lot of fun! We had a delicious dinner in an Estonian ...

The Marathon continues

A travel blog entry by bot989

5

... our tour guide. Still in her 20's and full of enthusiasm. Her English was good and the knowledge was great with stories about all. The best way to see the city. We don't have a trip for the afternoon as we both need a little down time so at 4:30 we have a couples massage and 7:30 reservations at the Silk Room which is a Sushi house on ship. ...

Estonia and the Singing Revolution

A travel blog entry by rachel21601

14

... lower town. As it is Sunday, the streets are crowded and the cafes are full, with locals as well as tourists. There are some interesting buildings, among them a Blackhead's House, very decorative, a cow with a lucky nose and a house where Peter The Great (supposedly) stayed when he visited Tallinn. Also (supposedly) he was too warm in the house and ordered his host to plant a linden tree for shade; the tree is still there. The town looks medieval and the local ...

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This hotel, located on Kinga 1, Tallinn, is near Tallinn Town Hall, Town Council's Aphothecary, Great Guild Hall, and Photographic Museum at Raekoja.
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