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... br> So much of the town is around a town square that you can do this at your leisure. We had a nice lunch and did some shopping. (found some gifts to bring home) and Joe found an Antique shop where he was able to add to his collection of Antique Straight edge razors.
It really was a nice visit ...
... flat against the wall to give them space (as you know, the inside of a spiral staircase is very tricky, as the steps are narrow). By the time we got up there, we were sweaty not only from the climb, but from being in a tiny stairwell with so many people. However, the view was beautiful, and gave us a great first glimpse of old town.
After the church, we continued to the town square, which was quite crowded with sidewalk cafes. We saw more churches, all ...
... up on stuff and doing grocery and some clothes shopping.
We walked to a nearby supermarket with the intention of buying just a few things until we collected our booked rental car on Wednesday and wouldn’t have to carry too much too far. No surprise to say we came back loaded with enough groceries for nearly the next week, including a 3 litre cask of wine.
We may not be very intelligent but we can carry heavy things a ...
... to say we ate it all! They must have tiny stomachs here... As the sun was now out with patchy blue skies we decided to march up the hill to the viewing platforms and take the postcard perfect photos. This also helped to work off our pizzas and it was a very nice walk in the evening sun and clear air. Once we returned to the hostel we met some room mates- a couple who at studying at King's in London- Nina (Belgian) and Sam (English). Finally it ...
Wow! What a beautiful town. This place is cliche Euro! Cobble stoned streets, gorgeous architecture, ye olde churches and cafés, a brisk breeze blowing through the streets, cafe staff dressed in medieval garb, just fantastic! Really nice vibe here and it appears a lot wealthier than Russia.
We wandered around looking at the beautiful Freedom Square with the €7 million Victory Monument that's falling apart. The Estonian Govt is currently ...