2019 March

The clocks will be going forward on the early hours…

The clocks will be going forward on the early hours of the last day of March. So Tallinn & Estonia will be moving from Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) back to so-called Summer Time also known as Daylight Saving Time (DST or GMT+1). An American politician and inventor Benjamin Franklin first came up with the idea…

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Sharing this photo because… well, our house is in it!…

Sharing this photo because… well, our house is in it! Next to the church with two towers and a green roof, that’s us on the right 🙂

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Good news for everybody who doesn’t have the time to…

Good news for everybody who doesn’t have the time to actually make it to Lahemaa and Viru bog during their stay in Tallinn! There’s a little bog haven right in the Old Town at the Estonian Natural History Museum (Eesti Loodusmuuseum). Its permanent exhibition of local mires was recently opened and gives an excellent overview…

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Breakfast in Tallinn are the most popular posts in my…

Few tips on where to start your day! Some of these places are definitely on the higher end price wise, but places like Kohvik August or Koloniaal definitely are on our list, too 🙂 Either way, Henna has done proper research so go on, read the post and we’re sure you’ll find something exactly right…

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Maiden Tower cafe and museum is like a hidden treasure…

Maiden Tower cafe and museum is like a hidden treasure right by the Danish King’s garden. It’s right here where in 1219 the story of Tallinn as a city began. It’s part of the many museums of Tallinna Linnamuuseum cluster. The tower serves as a museum and cafe and is connected to the Kiek in…

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Have a nice women´s day!

Have a nice women´s day!

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Ayy we’ve gone UP a notch on Booking.com… From 8.2…

Ayy we’ve gone UP a notch on Booking.com… From 8.2 to 8.5, please and thank you!

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By the end of February and beginning of March, most…

By the end of February and beginning of March, most countryside folks were out of meat in the old days. Vastlapäev or Shrove Tuesday was the last feast before 7-week fasting period until the Easter holidays. Traditionally pea soup with smoked meat was served and in the more modern time buns with fresh whipped cream….

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