Rocca al Mare

Vabaohumuuseumi Tee 11, Lillevalja 2, Tallinn, 13522, Estonia | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on Vabaohumuuseumi Tee 11, Lillevalja 2, Tallinn, is near Rocca-al-Mare Open Air Museum, Pirita, Viru Square, and Fat Margaret (Paks Margareeta).
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    Travel Blogs from Tallinn

    Out of Russia

    A travel blog entry by rachenry on Aug 02, 2014

    2 comments, 22 photos

    ... oppressive regime for another, neither of which was likely to lead to the return of their independence when the war was over; to failing to secure the support of the Western democracies in the aftermath of WWII; to being completely enveloped into the USSR and to undergo a long period of ‘Russification’, deprivation, and hardship; to the final struggle toward true independence again, in 1991, with the dissolution of the USSR. We spent an hour here and then struck off ...

    Exotic Estonia

    A travel blog entry by halleyc on Jul 17, 2014

    10 photos

    ... Estonia is the least religious city in Europe. While its Old Town is full of beautiful churches from 1300-1600, most of them are now used as concert halls or art galleries. From town hall, we climbed up to Upper Old Town (the area is broken into two parts). After entering a second set of city walls, we saw the Pink Palace where the royal family lives, and a beautiful Russian Orthodox church, similar to what you’d see in Russia.

    After our tour, we went to ...

    Oldest capital in Europe

    A travel blog entry by tricruiser on May 29, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... to get to participate. All the countries practice the same songs for the year and sing together. We heard 30,000 or 50,000 participate. It is a BIG deal. The amphitheater is used for some other occasions. This country claims that only 12 percent here have any religious affiliation. When we started our walking the guide said one of the building was used by Baptists! Interesting. She says that religion was not ...

    After the Sunset

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 10, 2013

    ... on the road without break, I am on the end of my tether with other travellers.

    But my patience was given a reprieve, like it often seems to be, by an American. I'd tried to guess his accent and was fairly sure it was neither New York or San Francisco, but it turned out to the latter. I really should have got that and was disappointed with myself that I didn't - the more David spoke, the more his seemed like an obvious Californian accent.

    There was a marathon of ...

    Most perfectly preserved medieval city in Europe

    A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 07, 2013

    31 photos

    ... to cancel in bad weather, and a little surly and soviet - the other, bigger ferry lines are all Finnish (with all that THAT implies) and this one is a left-over from Soviet days. But we thought it would be more entertaining. It wasn't the least surly, as it happened, and although we didn't get a table at the window to ourselves, having to share with a very gypsy-looking, high-cheek-boned young man in a bandana, it ...