Red Group Pikk 37-4

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


A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 20, 2014

5 photos

... lead to Von Krahil Aed. Tried the raw herring, a pike/perch fish and a Saku dark draft. It was a very nice meal. Chatted with a couple about travel: Dragoman, overlanding, Bhutan, trekking with Scottish independence, Alan, thrown in for good measure 23.

Sun had not set c 2145 but tended to the blog. The electrical connection re computer recharging was a bit tempermental but it's working now. Will finalize the day early tomorrow. Bagged out after 2300.


Ferry to Tallinn

A travel blog entry by teamwaldron on May 23, 2014

2 comments, 34 photos

... some ideas on things to see. Such service.

The unit we are staying in was built in the 70's by the Soviets. It looks it from the outside but inside it was nicely decorated and very comfortable.

One little quirk we've noticed is that most of the double beds come with individual quilts for each person. Stops Allison stealing it. We haven't been cold at night as most houses have double glass windows and there are no drafts. Also the spaces aren't very big so ...

After the Sunset

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 10, 2013

... paying. Some woman in a small office shouted across to me so I headed over to find out what was what. She talked at me in Estonian for about two minutes while I listened intently, looking so frazzled you'd be forgiven for thinking I'd been electrocuted. I have no idea what she said to me, but I think she was trying to get me to pay to go inside the prison. When she disappeared back inside the office, I turned to an Indian tourist and asked him what the deal was. Apparently, like ...

Tallinn Zoo

A travel blog entry by jacobcir on Jul 19, 2013

6 photos

... elephants, rhinos, American bisons and lots more. My favorite exhibit was Japanese Macaques. Japanese macaques are small monkeys who live in large family groups. There were few really cute baby macaques in Tallinn zoo and it was fun to watch them ...

Touring in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe on Jul 15, 2013

... with its medieval city walls with their ramparts and turrets; the town was built from the 13th to 16th centuries and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. We came to a massive park with a huge stage/amphitheatre and were told that this is where the ...

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