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... is also home to the Estonian Maritime Museum (Meremuuseum) which displays centuries of seafaring history, including models, charts and other artifacts on 3 floors within the tower,
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I'm sure you all know what I did next. Where there's a tower there are steps leading me to the top! It was an easy ...
... with a map and instructions how to find the shuttle back to the ship. We had about an hour and a half to look around, shop and/or have something to eat. As always, I wanted to find a Christmas ornament. I found a magnet with some Baltic amber in it that would work in the first (and only) shop we stopped in. We decided to walk back toward the square to see if we could find somewhere to have a bite to eat. We were looking at the menu for Olde Hansa, the ...
... similar pattern to what happened to Estonia in the 1940s.
We visited the Sporus Building (theater now a casino), Writers Guild Hall (now a bookstore with apartments), KGB Headquarters (now luxury apartments in Old Town), Linna Hall (large complex made of concrete near Tallinn Harbor for the 1980 Olympics - has been a concert venue but is now falling into ruin), Marine Officers Club, Viru Hotel, Maarjamae War Memorial, Soviet statue ...
We had a shaky start to the morning as our laundry and Cat's towel had not been delivered. Cat went down to find out but found the laundry hanging out drying in the bar, but still pretty wet! This was annoying and so when the lady finally appeared with a towel and said the laundry would be a couple of hours, Cat said it didn't matter and we would wear yesterday's clothes. Later on (like 11pm) the lady came to speak to us and said that it still wasn't ...
... decided they were going to attack the USSR from that vantage point. Always thinking ahead I guess.
With not much else to see on the water we decided to head back to the center of old town. We passed a few more churches as we wandered through the cobblestone streets. The city is really good about putting up signs to tell the story of the old buildings that still line the streets. We must have stopped at over a dozen different signs to learn about ...