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... and atmosphere so much, we've been back a couple times. Everything is top notch and cheap to boot. And everyone seems to speak English. It's great to see a country make such a comeback after being occupied by the Soviets for 50 years or so. 30% or so of the population is Russian here but everyone seems to get along. But it's hard to say for sure.
Friday, September 19
We met a British dude with bad breath on an elevator who ...
... the country the most.
I was looking forward to eating at V again but apparently they were booked with reservations and always are. Perhaps I got lucky yesterday. I went to Caffe Centrale instead and enjoyed my meal :)
It will be an early night for me
Head ood (HEH-ahd ...
... country. There's a 25% ethnic Russian population who lives here in relative peace, though relations between the two groups have not always been smooth as butter. Still, most Estonians seem to feel that what's happening in the Ukraine couldn't happen here -- the circumstances are just too different.
Hipsters, Prisons and Ships
After the walking tour, I went back to the hostel for an hour or so to sort out a few practicalities over the next few days, ...
... up by the police for anything, having made it this far with no dramas.
Managed to book a guesthouse near the centre of Tallinn whilst we had lunch, so we put the address in the navigator, and off we set. Easy drive all the way, until we got to about 1km from the place only to discover major road works, blocking off most entrances to the side street that we needed, with no detour signs, as usual. After going about 3kms out of way, we managed to turn around ...
... s Passage past the tomb stones and down to the city wall once again, and through the Viru gates which were very picturesque and opened out into a large courtyard. Back at the hostel we chatted for a while with Nicholas (Finnish) and Viktor (Latvian) whom we had briefly said hi to yesterday. Then it was across the road to "Pizza Grande" for dinner. Our guide warned us that a medium sized pizza would fill two people but we bought one each anyway, ...