Red Group Pikk 37-4

Address: Pikk 37-4, Tallinn, 10148, Estonia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by linda.g on Sep 12, 2015

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... which was built by Tsar Peter the Great in the 1730's for his wife Catherine. It was an impressive building (if not quite as large as some of the others we have seen) with lovely gardens still in bloom. It is now part of the Estonian Art Museum, with a display of European paintings from the C16 - C18 and a glamorous great hall. We also visited Kumu, a modern building which housed a huge art collection up to the modern period. The Soviet era floor was interesting and a ...

Tallinn, Estonia

A travel blog entry by jwday3 on Jul 08, 2015

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... We took our time and got ready for dinner. Once again I tried to change my St. Petersburg tour fearful it would be too strenuous but the one I wanted wasn't offered. We arrived early at La Cucina. This Italian themed restaurant was another great choice. S- Osso Bucco and Caesar Salad, J- Roasted Pork Marsala. Dessert was a Lemon cheesecake and a Rhubarb Pannecote. Best dessert so far. Wonderful cream.
Back to the room and ready to rest for ...

Tallinn, Estonia

A travel blog entry by cdiverio on Jun 02, 2015

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We hopped on a bus and walking tour this morning that brought us thru the local old town area. A mix of old churches and modern singing stages for celebrations of their liberation from Russia - it is all about being liberated - it's their favorite topic and their proudest moment - they are generally not complimentary about their shared history ...

Exploring Tallinn

A travel blog entry by nirnimesh.dube on May 17, 2015

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... Cathedral which is called 'Eye of the Needle'. Although executions were not uncommon in olden times, there was a law that forbid any from taking place in The Old Town. Instead, the condemned prisoner would be paraded around the Town Hall Square for all to see before being lead down to a place outside the town. It is said that when any criminal while being taken away by the mob to the place of execution could manage to pass through this alley right to the Church, he ...


A travel blog entry by tlvice on Jan 05, 2015

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... landed in Estonia!

After finishing the workweek, Leslie and I decided to take Saturday to explore Old Town Tallinn. We walked the three-quarters of a mile from our apartment to Old Town. Since it had rained a little the previous night, some spots were very slick with ice. Just entering the Old Town area, we saw an outdoor ice-skating rink. I found it interesting that every song played was from the United States, circa the 1950s and ...

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