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... interesting. There were dogs everywhere (Mike “I'm not sure you could classify all of them as dogs”) there were the little rat-like things, little fluff balls with their hair tied up in some weird Britney Spears tribute, woolly dogs where you couldn’t tell which end was the front until they stuck their tongue out, and there were some larger (Mike “Real”) dogs dragging their owners down the corridors of the hotel loving this big ...
I remember a few years ago saying to James that I would never go on a cruise, I just don't see the attraction of being stuck on a boat with lots of strangers watching **** entertainment, but worst of all – I don’t like boats!! I have no real reason for not liking boats but there is just something unnatural about being in the middle of the ocean and it spooks me a little. When we discovered that the train we were planning to take from Berlin to St ...
... th Caught the red hop on hop off bus and checked out the city. There really isn't much to see except the old town. After the bus trip we walked all over old town checked out the stalls which are everywhere. Again we were lucky as there was a June fair on in the main square with stalls from all parts of Estonia selling their goods. Diane had a ball as we knew that all we bought was made by locals. Went looking different places to ...
... city. While we were walking, suddenly we found a traditional Turkish baklava chain, called Gulluoglu. This chain originates from south east Turkey and it was very funny to find this chain in Estonia. We entered to eat some sweet baklava. When the owner realised that we were Turkish too we had a nice conversation. He used to work in Russia and since 2 years he was running this place. Beside of selling baklava it was also a small restaurant. Perhaps a good idea to try it out for an ...
... freedom on the bottom.
Estonia is a small country, population 1.4M, with 400,000 in Tallin,
It doesn't take any longer to go from one city in Estonia to a
border, in any direction than 3 hours, giving it the nickname of the
3 hour country.
The Estonian Republic was born on the 24th February, 1918.
The country became Lutheran in 1524, and most Estonians are Lutheran
with very few Catholics,or any ...