11 Randla, Tallinn, 10315, Estonia | 2 star hotel
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Somebody's got a case of the Mondays

A travel blog entry by pandasphere


... We learned also that Estonia is the saddest country in Europe according to the "happy index." Also, it was the most secular. Are the two related?

After the museum, we did have to go outside again unfortunately, so we started going church hopping since that was apparently all that was open. There are quite a few beautiful churches in Old Town. But the highlight was St Olaf's Church, which allowed us to climb up into their tower (258 steps!). Despite being ...

Day 2 in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by tomthedoctor


... level of, say, a Barcelona or a Paris. However if you fancy diving into the city and are the kind of person who likes museums, cafes and the like then you can keep yourself busy for days.

The entire Old Town is a UNESCO Heritage Site and there is an interesting variety of architectural styles which reflect Estonia's location and it's history being passed around between historical superpowers. The majority of the walls are ...

Loore's birthday party

A travel blog entry by jacobcir


Today we were invited to Loore's 5th birthday party. We drove there from my uncle's house. When we got there there was a jumping castle and some of Loore's friends were already playing in the backyard. My mum painted faces of all kids at the party. We got to choose what painting we wanted. I chose the zombie face. After face ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80


... movies I used to comment that if the main actor was silly enough to go down the dark corridor then they deserve to get mutilated. Well, we were now those silly people.

Even though we were expecting the rooms to look the same as back in the Soviet occupation times, we still did not expect there to be old USSR medicine that in most cases was open and still had the contents in them, old medical apparatuses and operating tables just lying in front of us to ...

Tallin - funny name but a great place

A travel blog entry by dougo


... was surprise surprise – crowded. There was an old church with an ancient clock in the side of the building … I think this clock dates back to the 1500’s from what the port lecturer said, but don’t quote me. Then Oliver said we had 30 mins to look around and shop. I asked which shops he recommended and with that he led us back to the Town Square … never did answer my question. From here, Doug and I went into a few touristy shops ...

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