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... s stacked high with booze, in the main. These people then went downstairs to fill their cars, which would return to Finland the next day, or after the visit to Estonia either for a few hours or days. Alcohol in Finland is taxed heavily, so the trip was made very worthwhile for those who made it. But wait! There's more! This boat wasn't just a 'love boat' but it was a 'money making boat'. After booking our heavy bags into a luggage room, we toured the boat - ...
... away for the weekend so it was particularly nice for them to take the time to meet us. Upon returning to the ship, we found our way to the pool deck for a cocktail before dinner. We decided to sit with some other folks for dinner, Karen and Tom from Indiana and Darla and Jim from Washington. Had a lovely dinner and then visited the Cabaret to listened to Isabella, a sensational violinist. Great way to end a ...
We weren't due to dock until 12:00 but Bill was having a haircut at 9:00 so then we had a leisurely morning and enjoyed a light brunch before we sailed into Tallinn. From the water, the spires, domes and towers of the old town looked magical, like stepping back in time. The shuttle dropped us near the austere Adventist Church and we walked around to the street called Viru and passed a line of flower stalls before entering the lower town of Vanalinn through the ...
The fortified walls circle the old town. Some souvenir vendors have set up in their alcoves and you can also pay to walk around the ramparts.
... Canadian Embassy in an unassuming house flying our flag out front.
The tourist information office was quiet and had lots of maps and brochures to help visitors. It is Monday and because of that most of the museums were closed . There was, however, a free English language tour about to start. A surprisingly large group for January(15) joined the tour.
It was conducted by a bubbly college student who proved to be ...