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Only been here for a few hours. Clean, quiet so far. Great location, hard to find so write the directions down. They are easy to find on the website.
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Today we went around Tallinn with a free walking tour (2hrs) which was really good. The group was about 100 with all nationalities. Our tour guide was a lady around 24yrs old. She made it really fun and no way was it boring. Tallinn is lovely. Very olde wordly. You can just image the horse and carts from 13th century. The weather has been …
... that it had been in the tumble dryer for the last 6 hours!! We grabbed some essentials out it which were mainly dry and so hopefully the rest will be ready by tomorrow. Today we hit the old town and followed the walkabout tour recommended in our guide book. This took us first back to Freedom Square and we visited the church there, "St John's Church". It was quite plain but very nicely done with some of the grey stone of the pillars and roof ...
... wear and tear if it was there originally.
Warsaw has seen a lot of modernising in recent years and has quite a cosmopolitan feel in the newer areas and eateries. Geoff and Di were here in 2001 and hardly recognised the place.
So after about 7 hours of walking we head back to the hotel to get ready for our next day heading to Lithuania.
Across the border we go, so far we havnt been pulled up at any of the border, they ...
... the bus, we listen to Estonian folk music, a CD that includes some songs of the revolution. A nice touch-Johanna has given us small souvenirs of every place we have been, linen coasters from Vilnius and Trakai, Laima, which means happy, iconic chocolate bars from Riga, and now butter spreaders made of juniper wood from Estonia.
The Swissotel in Tallinn is tall, skinny, very sleek and so is everyone who works here. After checking in, we take a guided tour of ...
... back to her apartment and pick up my stuff and catch the tram out to the ferry terminal.
The ferry was pretty much like a cruise ship, so I went and sat in the comfy seats and wrote my last bunch of entries. Juulia and her sister had warned me about all the drunks going over for the cheap booze in Estonia, but luckily I must have timed it well and didn't have any interesting entertainment. The ferry was kinda freaky though as we were sailing through a whole lot ...