Red Group Pikk 37-4

Address: Pikk 37-4, Tallinn, 10148, Estonia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Tallinn

Getting out of Dodge

A travel blog entry by w14 on Oct 04, 2014

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... of the road cause it is overtaking too. Alcohol is an optional extra.

So we wave a relieved farewell to Estonia and enter Lativa where the roads have to be better right? ROFL; nope. Well at least the drivers are better? RMFAO; nope. OK campsites are better? Ummm, well that one is closed (supposed to be open all year); ditto the next and the next. Getting worried now. However, we find one … it is ...

Out of Russia

A travel blog entry by rachenry on Aug 02, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

... town that seemed not to have been discovered by the crowds. We followed their instructions, found the museum and found that it had, indeed, not been found by the crowds. The museum itself was small, but very well done and informative. It told the fascinating tale of a small country which gained independence in 1921; only to be forcibly taken over by Russia in 1940; then to welcome the Germans, as liberators from Russian oppression, in 1942; to then realize that they’d ...

Exotic Estonia

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Jul 17, 2014

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... flat against the wall to give them space (as you know, the inside of a spiral staircase is very tricky, as the steps are narrow). By the time we got up there, we were sweaty not only from the climb, but from being in a tiny stairwell with so many people. However, the view was beautiful, and gave us a great first glimpse of old town.

After the church, we continued to the town square, which was quite crowded with sidewalk cafes. We saw more churches, all ...

3 nights in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jun 24, 2014

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... began again in 1944 but ended with independence again in 1991).

End of hisory lesson.

We were so absorbed by what we were seeing and making sure we didn’t miss anything that we had completed our tour to find it was 6:30pm and we had only eaten an apple since breakfast. So out came the trusty guide-book with details of recommended eating places and off we set. However, this time the Public holiday was not in ...

Helsinki Finland

A travel blog entry by smithhelen572 on May 16, 2014

2 photos

... was so unusual huge burner oven etc in the middle of the house. In the now lounge room are two bunks in the walls built in, and this is where she slept as a child. No bedroom in those days and then underground was the swimming pool and sauna. Most sauna's are outside, where they bath only every second day or so but never every day. They go into the extremely hot sauna after a period of time they come out and either roll in the snow or jump in the freezing water and ...

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