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... take back to Finland where it is quite expensive. It was quite an educational trip for us! The trip over was a little bit rough initially but then the seas calmed down and it wasn't too bad.
Tallin was lovely though. About 10 minutes walk from the ferry on arrival and we were in the old walled medieval town. There are ramparts and towers and lots of lovely old buildings. They paint the houses ...
... barriers sometimes, it always adds a spice of variety. We got caught up in life and stranded in the cold for over an hour, walking around in circles to keep the circulation in our extremities. I forgot the Polski's arrival.. Meant to be arriving at 3pm I was ready and set at 2.30pm. Armed with tea and a bus pass I was the epitome of organisation. Well 3 came around, then half 3, then 4 and then ***********. Seeing as she has no phone I was convinced she had ...
... different to the Russian porridge which, I suspect, may have been the same mix day after day with just extra milk added), we met our private tour guide and enjoyed a lovely 3 hour stroll through the old city district of Tallinn. Although parts were destroyed by the Russian army at the end of German occupation in World War II, a lot survived and dates back to medieval times. Once a completely walled city, it was divided into the upper and lower districts - the upper ...
... interest in an independent Estonia. When the Nazis were defeated, Estonia had to endure another 50 years of Soviet rule before they were able to claim independence from the ailing USSR in a peaceful revolution driven by singing.
After the history museum, I stopped off quickly at the Holy Spirit church before taking in the museum in the Town Hall, a building that dates back to 1404. As well as displays on the history of the town as well as the halls where the ...
... The other big museum we did was the Maritime Museum by audio guide. The museum has a cafe on the roof with an amazing view. So we stopped for a drink and break up there. Other wise we walked into almost every church and castle tower there was. We climbed to the top of the wall to walk along it. The age and history of everything there is amazing compared to home! We had an Estonian meal in the Old Town Square and were treated to an air ...