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... and enjoyed a hot chocolate with marshmallows!
We were not brave enough to venture out into the elements later that day, although we did meet up with Pip and Nicolet again. They were staying at a different hostel but that evening they came over, supplied with beer! We caught up on the last few days, and also had a few games of table tennis!
After a late night, it was the usual slow start to the following day! We met wit Pip and Nicolet at lunchtime and climed up ...
... with the maître de and then for the Captain and Senior Officer welcome at the Piazza. We enjoyed some complementary champers and then the special dinner. A five piece band, with outstanding vocalist, was playing some very special music that was enjoyed by all. We retired to our room at 10 pm to take in a good movie. What a relaxing day ... Oh for more sea ...
... and three of that was flag fall. We could have walked and offered to, but the cabbie wanted to take us even though he pointed out our hotel just 200 metres away. Checked in then out to explore the Old Town which is what we came here for. And a very old town it is too..First indications of settlement date from the 1000s but building proper from late 1200s, like at least one of the many churches and the town hall. We wandered and just came across some of the ...
... clean with a lot of buildings dating back to 1400. Souvenir shops all look the same after a while. I think the souvineers on board are better quality and probably cheaper as they are tax free. John is about to enter another champagne ring toss competition. He was joking that he could be the biggest tosser on board. If he wins I will have to get a sash made up for his birthday... Tomorrow is St Petersberg. Looking forward to that. Can only get off as part of a tour as we don't have a ...
... 8220;short leg”, Madli said that the town is sometimes called the “town that limps.” We walked down part of the long leg and part of the short leg to get to the Lower Town. Highlights in the Lower Town included one of the original town wells,Dutch-style homes with cranes on the front to lift heavy furniture to the higher floors and a restaurant that only serves foods that were served in medieval times. Madli also told us a few stories ...