Romeo Family Apartments

Suur - Karja 18, Tallinn, 10149, Estonia | Hotel
Prices starting from $71.00

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A travel blog entry by noyelles


... costumes. The place was surrounded by restaurants & had an old town hall in the square. As it was still quite cool we returned around the base of the citadel beside a lake system which must have been the moat at one stage & made it back to our hotel. We watched a bizarre film subtitled in Estonian & went for dinner in the restaurant. The TV has been interesting in other places as we have seen several dubbed Uk TV sitcoms but here they subtitle them, ...

Cruising towards Tallinn Estonia

A travel blog entry by darrellt


... Then we have a Pinnacle Lunch, a Pinnacle Dinner & Tamarin Restaurant invitations to book.

As stated we attend the PHT Cocktail hour, then the Aussie/Kiwi Happy Hour, & then we went to dinner at the Rembrandt Restaurant. This time we are seated with a lady from Tasmania, & a couple from America.

Following our meal, we attend the nightly cabaret in the mainstage ...

Most perfectly preserved medieval city in Europe

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi


... realise it's done.

The hotel itself is apparently the longest continually operating hotel in Tallinn, which is quite something. Our room is right at the end of a corridor, and has a window in a 2 metre thick wall onto a lovely interval courtyard, so is as quiet as a tomb. Probably a good thing as the "street" (really more of a pedestrian mall) in the front is one of the main routes up to the upper city and could, ...

Day 29 - Helsinki to Tallinn

A travel blog entry by magicbus1


... Camping was probably better value when things like bogs, showers, wifi, and washing machines were considered. In truth it is a car park beside an industrial unit, but all the basics are there. Glamorous it ain't. We walked down to the bus into town. We had no common language with the bus driver, but he issued tickets with a grunt. We travelled past what can best be described as Stalinist architecture interspersed with the occasional modern block till we arrived ...

Days 16 to 20: Tallinn

A travel blog entry by mikensoph


... tend to dominate but a few of these had been converted by the Soviets into museums of Atheism and have now been converted into museums with a less ironic purpose.

On the topic of Atheism, we found out that Estonia’s national religion is Atheism! When a population census was conducted, over 70% declared themselves as Atheist. This probably has to do with the taxation system in Estonia though, as, if you are a member of a certain faith, then you ...

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