Valge Villa (White Villa)
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... we spent most of our time with its cobblestone streets and beautiful brightly colored buildings it was a wonderful place to stroll around.
Throughout old town there are lots of cafes and souvenir shops as well as winding staircases that help you move to higher ground to overlook the city.
Since Tallinn was a medieval walled city there ...
... political church when built. Another service was underway today when we entered. There is an issue if taped music breaks the rules against only singing voices in a Russian Orthodox church; stay tuned for further developments.
The Dome Church was viewed from the outside. Sten told the story of a dissolute fellow who at life's end wanted to be buried just outside the church. He said it was so people could trample on him for his wicked ways but another ...
... from smoked sauerkraut, pate's, baked cheese, olives and other condiments, like onion jam, before we dived into ox fillet, bear and Elk sausages and baked salmon. Nice?..... Yes... was it worth the €49 each for the feast...No. Back home for an early night. Hope to see more of the harbour tomorrow and set about getting ready to enter Russia..there is a nervous apprehension about driving in, but we are excited about the adventure to ...
... patriotic songs became rallying cries for freedom.
After a day to pack and clean up the place a bit, I flew to Amsterdam, stayed overnight at a unique hotel beside Schiphol Airport, and next day made the long journey home to Victoria, where the weather is perfect right now.
Wall St Journal article: http://online.wsj.com/articles/singing- for-freedom-at-estonias-laulupidu-festi ...
... the plaques on the historic buildings as we wandered down the cobblestone streets. We were looking for a Catholic mass but ended up staying for the better part of a Russian Orthodox service with lots of doing double signs of the cross. Luckily we were wearing our rain jackets so we had our heads covered as is the custom in the church there. There were lots of icons and wreaths of skinny candles and faithful people coming and going.
Further down ...