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... broaden our horizons.
We pass the KGB headquarters on Pitt Street , nicknamed the highest building in town, "because when you are in the basement you could already see Siberia"We head to the town hall and square, a pharmacy, the Raepteek in operation since 1422.
Our last stop is Kiek in de Kok (means peek into the kitchen) , where we take a great tour of the underground tunnels from medieval times. Originally there were 46 towers in the ...
... reached the village of Oandu and the Lahemaa Forest Centre. On Henry's advice, I asked to watched a 15minute video presentation on the park which was very interesting. The woman in the centre gave me lots of info on the park. On a whim, I asked her if she had any insect repellant and luckily she had some that someone had left there that I could take with me. Probably wasn't the best stuff (made sure it wasn't DDT) but I figured better than nothing.
At Oandu are ...
JEFFREY LEVINE, U.S. AMBASSADOR TO ESTONIA
... very direct & are quite forthright in their criticism which some people see as being rude. Friendships & physical displays of affection are discouraged & it sounded very much like the behaviour in some Scandinavian TV series such as "The Bridge".
Edith took us to the oldest cafe in Talinn with its decor from 1861 & after some more time leaving us with a to-do list for a week’s stay, parted with us on (we hope) good terms.
One suggestion was to ...
... Sesoon for lunch which was ridiculously cheap for amazing quality. We had a soup filled with salmon for 2.60 Euro which was so tasty! We checked out the rest of the Old Town that afternoon, enjoying coffee at the restaurant where Triin works before a quiet evening. Friday we got to have our tour guide Sacha again! We took bikes to Pirita, passing the Presidential Palace on the way. We biked through forests and along the seaside, so it was very lovely. After lunch we suffered ...