Stroomi

11 Randla, Tallinn, 10315, Estonia | 2 star hotel
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Day 89: Tallinn is a bit medieval

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

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... sea. Luckily we saw him from a distance and changed our course before we got too close to see anything. We both thought that he was pretty insane to want to swim in the literally freezing cold water (at this point a light snow was beginning to fall). Our walk away from the man and along the water brought us to an old and abandoned USSR theater. The theater was built right on the water just incase someone decided they were going to attack the USSR from that vantage ...

Tallinn

A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks

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... drove back into Tallinn. We were both blown away how amazing old town is. Strolled through the narrow cobbled streets, viewing the many old buildings and churches. Old town square, where we learnt the world's first Christmas tree stood in 1441, the square was filled with locals dressed in medieval outfits. With such a fun atmosphere we found a restaurant in the Town Hall's dungeon that only ...

TALLINN - ESTONIA

A travel blog entry by sheppa80

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... impressive of these was the St. Olaf Church which had the largest spiral in Tallinn measuring at an impressive 124 metres high. However, this claim to fame was overshadowed by the church’s other historical fact and unfortunately its claim to shame is that it housed KGB officers during the Soviet Union’s occupation of Estonia who would spy on the priest and church attendees. If anything untoward was said about the USSR and red regime then these people ...

Tallin - funny name but a great place

A travel blog entry by dougo

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... they were burnt / need to be demolished … or perhaps setting fire to a house was the quickest and cheapest way of demolishing a building there … who knows … by then I no longer cared.

Somewhere along the line he told us we would have some shopping time at a market - I think he may have told us that at the Town Square .. but who can say for sure? When we ended up in front of the market we had passed some hour or two earlier, he told us ...

New Years Eve in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by kirksontour

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13

... on top of churches. Very Russian and full of Russian tourists - Russians are literally everywhere we turn. Cryssi suggested we come here instead of St Petersberg for a little bit of Russia and she was dead on.

It is cold here of course, but also wet unfortunately so the streets are extremely slippery. On top of that, the snow that has been piling up on the pitched rooftops is melting and huge chunks of ice come crashing to ...

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