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... St Mary the Virgin, also known as the dome church, looked a bit plain on the outside and we baulked at having to pay to enter. However, we did catch a glimpse of some intricate coat of arms shields on the wall. A viewing platform was just around the corner and we went there expecting to see some spectacular sights, but we were left disappointed. It overlooked a basketball court and some trees, with glimpses of the ...
... feeling very underwhelmed by my destination...
And then I hit Old Town. As soon as I saw the tiny, twisting cobblestoned streets of Tallinn's Old Town, I felt excited and rejuvenated. I navigated my way to my hostel called "Knight's House" as it is in a 15th century building that once housed the Teutonic Knights (this may have been the reason behind my choosing to stay here). It's in a quiet corner of Old Town along a little winding street. I dropped my pack ...
... on what was turning into a warmish day 4.
Mike had outlined on a map what he wanted to see and I think we saw most of it, including a return trip to the old town. Stopped for a cake/ice cream combo and mulled wine which in effect was lunch 6.5. Got a bit lost at times but it was a free afternoon.
Mike is not big into museums but thought the Occupation Museum might be worth a look. We approached it and it looked dark inside ie closed. We were about ...
... it was called. With no blood being shed, Estonia gained indepedence in 1991. No wonder they celebrate so fervently.
I read some figures about this year's event: 42,000 performers, including more than 1,000 choirs and 654 dance groups, and 153,000 spectators. The printed program said the mass choir numbered over 21,000 – and that doesn't include the 7,400 young children and 5,400 children who ...
... the best preserved of its kind in all of Europe.
Back in the Middle Ages, Tallinn was divided into two parts: the Toompea with its hill top castle fortress run by the Teutonic Knights; and the Lower Town inhabited by Hansa merchants. The whole historic district has managed ...