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My goal for today was to have a relaxing day. I did all of my sightseeing yesterday, so I wanted today to be leisurely and not crazy.
I went to mass at St Peter and St Paul Cathedral, which is more new for a church in Tallinn. It was very lovely inside, with cream pews and vaulted ceilings. The choir and music was really nice, and the mass was done in Polish. I could've went to the English mass last night, but that wouldn't have been ...
... leaving home. But 10-15 minutes into our walk, Jim couldn't get the app to perform, so rather than try to struggle with it, we reversed ourselves back torward the ship and boarded a HOHO bus to town center, where we boarded a different HOHO bus, which took us to our targeted sites to visit. Our first stop was the Museum of Occupation at the base of Toompea Hill, the site of the old city and fortress of Tallinn. The museum contained artifacts propaganda ...
... as we are heading to an apartment and we shop up large. Prue is getting sicker and Anna tries to give her natural medicine which is foul ( aren't they all?) and we finally arrive in the Old Town of Tallinn around 3pm. Its hard for Iggy to park and there is some confusion around the apartment and when its sorted Iggy and Anna have left and I am bereft at not saying proper good byes. They are such wonderful people and we have had an experience like no other. We are grateful ...
... 27 for it!
... down those stairs.
Toompea Castle and Pikk Hermann Tower
Exiting its gate I entered the Danish King's Garden and Maiden's Tower. I went in the tower, not much of a climb this time, and had a seat on the wall terrace.
The terrace is on the right of the Tower. With ...