Kelluka

Address: Kelluka tee 11, Tallinn, Estonia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Kelluka tee 11, Tallinn, is near Town Wall, Tallinn Zoo, Russalka, and Convent of St. Bridget (Pirita Klooster).
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Travel Blogs from Tallinn

Tallinn

A travel blog entry by tlvice on Jan 05, 2015

116 photos

... large in diameter. On the side of the building, I saw a religious painting surrounded by the masonry of the building. Something one would just not see in the United States on a public building. I saw a nativity scene on the side of the building too, but that was much less surprising. Lastly, there was an attractive young woman sitting on the steps with a friend, just strumming a guitar. I thought that made a nice photo.

The cityscape ...

Getting out of Dodge

A travel blog entry by w14 on Oct 04, 2014

5 photos

... of the road cause it is overtaking too. Alcohol is an optional extra.

So we wave a relieved farewell to Estonia and enter Lativa where the roads have to be better right? ROFL; nope. Well at least the drivers are better? RMFAO; nope. OK campsites are better? Ummm, well that one is closed (supposed to be open all year); ditto the next and the next. Getting worried now. However, we find one … it is ...

Tallinn

A travel blog entry by blaurin on Aug 13, 2014

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... trip. They also climbed to the viewing platforms and had a great time. We went back into the Old Town for dinner and went to the Pegasus restaurant.. This is one that I would highly recommend as the meals were lovely - shrimp risotto, slow cooked pork shank and steak for me. Sarina had raspberry semolina parfait and I had a warm plum tart with dill ice cream for dessert. The dill ice cream really worked with the plum tart! Alex ...

Out of Russia

A travel blog entry by rachenry on Aug 02, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

... we found an almost abandoned staircase on the far side of town that took us up into almost deserted old medieval streets at the base of the old town walls. We found a tower with a sign that said 'open’ and climbed the steepest, most narrow and dark winding staircase to the top of this tower, which contained lots of art and models created by local children and artists…had a great view out over the town and then went back down the treacherous steps…Cathy fearing ...

Exotic Estonia

A travel blog entry by halleyc on Jul 17, 2014

10 photos

... church. While not that impressive inside, you can climb the tower for a great view of the city. Of course, this sounded like a fine idea. We paid our 2 euros, and immediately were greeted with a small door no taller than me. This was the start of the tower. Inside the door was a spiral staircase, with 230 steep uneven stone steps, and ropes along the inside and outside to hang onto. The tower itself was very narrow, and as people came down the steps, you had to stop and try ...