Hotell Birgitta

Pargi Tee 12, Viimsi, 74001, Estonia | Inn
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This inn, located on Pargi Tee 12, Viimsi, is near Kadriorg Park, Town Wall, Tallinn Zoo, and Convent of St. Bridget (Pirita Klooster).
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Travel Blogs from Viimsi

Sailing into the Baltic

A travel blog entry by koolajsp on Jul 22, 2014

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... have to live and work together in close quarters and need to get on. Sea day yesterday was cool and a bit blustery but they had lots of activities on. John won a bottle of champagne with his ring toss abilities. We formed a great trivia group with people from Peru, Germany, Israel and Canada and talked of meeting again at tonight's trivia challenge as we got 16 out of 20. These trivia questions are from all over the world so it helps to have members from all over. They had a great ...

Tallinn to Zurich

A travel blog entry by webformation on Jul 20, 2014

... us. The plane made its approach to Zurich through cloud but finally we could see the neat patchwork of Swiss villages and forests. In the arrivals hall Renate and Leonard were waiting there smiling and we had a reunion after 7 years when we last visited Switzerland. They both looked fit after walking part of the Pilgrim's Way near Berne for 7 days and singing in churches on the way. We took the train to Winterthur, changed to a ...

End of the Baltics

A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 15, 2014

2 comments, 16 photos

... a medieval castle and ruins set in the depths of the Tautas Park. The castle is all set up for plays, archery games, live demonstrations and so on - but being quite early in the morning it was just the castle, maybe one or two others wandering around, and free entry. Next up was Estonia, in particular the city of Tartu. The trip there was a few hours, but the roads from the castle to Tartu were small roads that went through various parks. Other than never ending roadworks, ...

Tullin Estonia

A travel blog entry by jennyontheroad on Jul 08, 2013

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... of Danish rule, uprisings against the Danes were occasionally orchestrated. During this period trade became increasingly important and German traders from Gotland settled in Tullin. Eventually, the Danes sold their territory in Estonia to the Teutonic Knights, a group of Crusading Knights who were out to bring religion to the heathen Estonians. This period was one of great prosperity, lasting until the Livonian War when Russia went to war against the Teutonic order. (This ...


A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jun 26, 2013

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... with relative ease before World War II by the Soviets and then again straight after the war. This lasted until 1991 when all three countries finally regained their rightful independence after the collapse of the once “apparently” mighty Soviet combined states.

During the second time of occupation, the Soviet rulers controlled Estonia with an iron fist and tens of thousands Estonians were sent to prison camps, working camps and other areas of the ...