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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 …
... What a day! It was magical but were warned about pickpockets two people lost their passports yesterday, stolen. We were lucky we had a security guard from the ship on our tour. I make friends with the best people. Facts for today There are 10 different time zones in Russia School children don't wear a uniform university students to. It costs about 10000 to 20000 euro a semester at UNi. Most schools are free but education is not great and kids don't pass UNi exams so they send them ...
... salt levels were detrimental to health.
I also usually took soft-boiled eggs and bread with lots of butter. This last was an indulgence as back home I would avoid any food with dairy in it since I was lactose intolerant and had to take some lactase to eat them.
After breakfast we explored Tallinn's wonderful Old Town, although I had to confess I was a ...
... Soviet “concrete the f**k out of it” building styles that took place around this time. Nowadays the structure has been left to crumble away and has also been used as a graffiti hot spot and by the smell of it, a homeless urinal station.
Just around the bend from the sailing port lies one of the most interesting but horrific buildings in Estonia, the former KGB prison. I “had” promised Jo a romantic and interesting date day just to keep ...
Tallinn's old town has survived remarkably sell since medieval times. As a member of the Hanseatic league, it had a thriving merchant community. The old town, which still has most of its original city wall, is separated into a lower (merchants/working class) and upper part (aristocracy).
The Museum of Estonian History in the former Great Guild Hall gives a good overview ...