Pikk 49 Residence
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... Church of St Alexander Nevsky where a service was being held.
There were a lot of older people inside, in coats, hats and scarves standing and singing.
Estonia originally had a lot of peasants living here and just looking at the backs of all the people standing within, you could just imagine how it would have been many years ago. It was quite lovely being a part of the service.
We walked down to the historic ...
... everything would be set up for you in the hospital before you arrive, quite revolutionary!
The tour finished in the main square, and that is where the town hall is located. On the outside are the faces of 2 dragons, meant to keep the councilors that work inside the building wise! There is also the old pharmacy, which is now a modern day pharmacy, but will a couple of medieval remedies available to buy!
At the end of the tour, we took a route march back to ...
... to me. Every minute I played I felt like I was getting better. I could hit it faster and more accurately after every hour. One person who beat me on the first day was beat by me on the second. One day when I was playing ping pong I found one of my friends and he was with two of his family members. I asked him if he wanted to play doubles and he said yes. It was really fun to play with them because we were evenly matched. For me ping pong is continuously ...
... t really want to eat on my own again, so I came back to the hostel and hung out in the common room for a while. I ended up chatting to a young mum called Eda with her 3 year old son on holiday from Finland, and then I also invited the guy named Jesus playing on his laptop on his own, so we now had a party of three adults and one child. We walked to the pancake place but since the kitchen was about to close so we had to order quick. In our haste both Jesus and I ordered ...
... THE BROKEN LINE MONUMENT
Just outside the Old Town Walls near our hotel is a monument commemerating one of the many ships that come and go from Tallinn. This monument was built in memory of the victims of the MS Estonia ferry disaster. In September 1994, 852 people died when the car ferry sank on route from Tallinn to Stockholm.