Bunstel Hostel Tallinn
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... and I opted for an Estonian Smorgesbourg...which consisted of rye bread, cheese, gherkins, salad and olives. TFree went for the, not so authentic, sweet chilli wrap.
We've booked our coach ticket to Riga for 12pm tmw...hopefully tonight's pub crawl ending in the 'biggest club in Europe' won't disable us from travelling as we're looking forward to Riga!!
... is also evident with Soviet style buildings and military artifacts in the area outside the Old Town. We visit the Museum of Occupation and are reminded of the unimaginable suffering perpetrated on a people by their oppressors.
As the inventors of Skype, Estonians are tech-savvy and Wi-Fi is everywhere and free.
Sadly we say goodbye to Leigh and Michael in Tallinn until we meet up again in Geneva.
... candlelit medieval restaurant in Town Hall Square, that served delicious elk soup, elk pies and other delicacies - and everything on the menu was €1
Also of special note was Katariina Kaik (St Catherine's Passage). One of the prettiest little walkways in all of Old Town, this ancient passage connects Vene and Müürivahe streets. On the northern portion of the passage there is what's left of St. Catherine’s Church (hence the passage name) and various ...
... price. Nice for lounging. Afterwards we found a real beerhouse. A big bar with all kind of beer. After some drinks and enjoying the nice atmosphere it was time to return to our hotel and say goodnight to Tallinn.
We woke up and prepared for the breakfast. We were wondering how the breakfast was in this Economy hotel and soon we realised that we should go to the bakery next door. The choice was quite minimal and there was not much which matched our taste. ...
... given the concentration of viral
particles now floating about on the coach.
We stopped in Parnu for lunch. Parnu is a holiday destination for
Estonians, and Mum & I took a walk to the beach past beautiful
homes, cute restaurants and amazing parks. The beach itself is a
bay off the Gulf of Riga which is off the Baltic Sea. Very shallow,
(knee deep for about a hundred meters) and freezes in winter. But,
had a ...