Briston Apartments

Harju 7, Tallinn, 10146, Estonia | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Tallinn

The hospital chapter

A travel blog entry by patsy.wecker


... I know how they would become my best friends. My far neighbour slept soundly & deeply with a snore that rivalled any train and was more akin to a rhythmic pneumatic drill on full throttle guaranteeing vague fitful sleep or maybe just time passing. The following day was to be my saviour to snatch some sleep but it was to be elusive again as doors slammed constantly and large baboushka two beds down, whose voice could was akin to one ...

Tallinn - What's not to like

A travel blog entry by tamrin


... the moat area which is now parkland. Street art is alive and well in this old town and young children practising their skills could be seen all over the old town area. Professional artists displayed their works on the inner city walls so of course we all helped with their sales for the day by purchasing some lovely local scenes to bring home to NZ.An overnight sailing has brought us to St Petersburg and an early start to a full two-day booked ...

To Russia With Love

A travel blog entry by christinec2013


I did end up spending the next few days really just being in transit to Tallinn, Estonia. Friday 31 May 2013: I checked out of my hostel, feeling a little bit more well that morning, which was good news. I caught up with my carpooling dude in the early afternoon and made my way to Bremen. Fairly uneventful. Checked into my new hostel, found some yummy Turkish food, had a shower, went to bed. Saturday 1 June 2013: Another day spent almost all in transit, but with a few funny ...

Shooting in Tallinn

A travel blog entry by katevoss



I walked the 15mins to the hostel and checked in. After I checked in I went for a wander around the stunningly beautiful old town with lightly coloured, tall buildings above the cobblestoned streets. I went to a recommended pancake place for dinner where I had a huge yummy cheesy pancake. Afterwards I slowly wandered back to the hostel through the pretty streets. Back at the hostel I joined a big group ...

Why not

A travel blog entry by vanivan


... presentation about torture objects from medieval times, used to get people to confess their sins. Upon the coaxing of the presenter, one person reluctantly volunteered to be put on a bed of (dulled) nails and "stretched" (that is, pulled apart) by a crank that pulled the planks attached to his neck and legs. All in good humour... No one volunteered to put on the dunce bell (a metal cuff attached to the neck, with a bell dangling overhead) normally ...


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