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... passed very smoothly but the second we disembarked from the ferry the freezing temperatures hit us! A quick check of the weather revealed that it was -6C! Time for a pre packed breakfast in the port before heading into the centre of Helsinki. Our first stop was the tourist information centre for a map and then we headed to the harbour side area to browse the local market. Outside there were a selection of stalls selling knitted items, souvenirs and a few fresh fruit and veg stalls. ...
PICKING UP SPEED TOWARDS TALLINN
ARRIVAL AT TALLINN HARBOUR
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... is so thick in the Old Town that you can't even tell that there are cobblestones underneath, since they don't clear the streets. He also talked a bit about how this is one of the most internet-advanced countries in the world; everyone has an ID card with a smart chip in it, which they can link to their phones and use to access everything from banking to university grades to public transit passes. Heck, they can even vote online.
I'm not really surprised; when I got here ...
... the last one before Independence was restored, a record 300,000 people managed to fit in! It became known as The Singing Revolution. We followed a nice footpath through a forest to reach the German War Graves at Maajamäe Memorial. This was for German and Estonian troops who fought on the German side during World War Two. In the Soviet section there is an interesting sculpture there of two hands being warmed by a flame. Sadly the flame is no longer lit so ...
Saturday, June 7. 2014 at sea.
At sea means: sleeping, eating, reading, being entertained and
Observation: A Lady in a burka took a selfie.
Tallinn, Estonia, Sunday June 8. 2014
Too bad, we ...