Red Group Pikk 37-4

Pikk 37-4, Tallinn, 10148, Estonia | Hotel

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Leaving Russia, Entering Estonia

A travel blog entry by ericjon97


... The only time we made a stop was at the Russian-Estonian border, and the only shop there was a duty-free shop. This meant that there was no place for me to buy anything for lunch, unless I wanted a six pound bag of M&M’s for lunch.

It was a nice ride to Tallinn, nothing special, but lots of farms and rivers on the way. We arrived at about 4pm and I jumped on a tram and ...

To the Baltics!

A travel blog entry by tmason29


... back to the hotel.
The staff kindly found me a physio close by and booked me in.

Good news is that I hadn't done any injury to my back it was reacting to my hip. Bad news I have arthritis in my hip.....great!

Anyway enough sooking, lost a day but day 3 we head off and explore the city, Boat cruise through the canals, exploring the old town which was so picturesque. 7 hours of walking, with weary feet we return back for a ...

Touring in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

... on a sort of kazoo was hilarious, and the guy was a good sport. So all in all, a good night’s entertainment.

After the show we hoofed it along to the Braemar Room for tonight’s quiz, where we were joined by Geordie John and Linda. We got 15/20 which we didn’t think was a sufficiently high enough score to win, ...

Second Stop of Our Baltic Cruise: Tallinn, Estonia

A travel blog entry by stellarachaella


... and today that along with technology are two large parts of their economy. Striking though, was her assertion that Estonians still have a fear of Russia, that it could invade Estonia, citing the conflict between Georgia and Russia in 2008. As you can see even though we rode around in a tour bus for most of the day we never lacked for interesting conversation. Oh and the national park was stunning.


Tallin - funny name but a great place

A travel blog entry by dougo


... have but it’s not his fault the company sent out an inexperienced person and he was nice, just ineffective as a guide who occasionally reverted to his hand written cheat sheet.

I then checked out the market stalls at the cruise terminal – more of the same as we saw in the Old Town … similar prices tho’ not as high as they were around the Town Square. There were lots of people who were taking advantage of the free Wi-Fi too.


TripAdvisor Reviews Red Group Pikk 37-4 Tallinn

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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