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... tiles and wonderful sauna.
After my last Friday in the Embassy, I walked to the National Opera Theater. It has a unique parking arm that looks like a hand holding a baton. From a photographer standpoint, it was a must-see. Walking home from there, I took the opportunity to take some random photographs; including St. John’s church at Freedom Square, some of the street trolleys, a boutique sign, and an advertising sign. All had a definite Tallinn charm.
... of being on the bus, we arrived in Tallinn. Arriving an hour earlier than expected, our driver was not there to meet us and we managed to miss each other at the bus terminal so we caught a cab to the hotel. The driver was terrific and pointed out landmarks for us as we drove. It was around 8.30 in the evening by the time we arrived at our hotel and we were both very tired so no sight seeing last night. This morning, however, a different story. After a delicious ...
... a bit of time until Henry picked us up so I explored a bit beyond the end of the road. But soon my ride arrived and we piled back into the van and headed back to town.
Back in Tallinn, Henry gave us all gold medals for finishing the tour...although I suspect it's not pure gold. Tired, but still not that hungry (it was a late and very filling lunch), I wandered Old Town to build up an appetite. I found myself in the Old Hansa shop, where they sell medieval ...
... for our guide in the Town Hall Square Leonie assisted a lady whose husband had suddenly taken ill. We heard that a German speaking member of our group had lost his travel documents in a pick-pocketing incident. The tour guide had been to the police and the German Embassy. We took the bus to the impressive site of the Estonian Song Festival where 20,000 singers and 200,000 audience members gave been known to attend. This is also ...
... Before we left for our trip, Donna, my sister, told me that she went to middle school with Jeff Levine, who is now the Ambassador to Estonia. Well I went to the same middle school (Abbott in San Mateo) but 7 years earlier than Donna. But a fellow Squire is always a fellow Squire! We contacted Jeff and met for coffee in a wonderful café in Tallinn.
We were honored that the U.S. Ambassador took ...