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Travel Blogs from Tallinn
... Coben book I was still reading and leave it on the doorstep the next morning on my way to the ferry terminal. I don't need it, so I'd rather a small business benefit from it.
There was just one more thing to tick off the list in Tallinn: watching the sun set from one of those viewing points up on the hill in the Old Town. On the previous night I'd noted it getting dark at about 9:00pm, so I figured getting there at 8:00pm should do it. One small snag: I'd just bought a new Lee ...
... frogs, bleached faeces of dog, beetles, spiders and bits of bark - they must have really been grasping at straws in those days. The young people are vibrant and friendly with plenty of interesting places to stop for coffee or lunch. It feels like you are strolling down the cobbled lanes in the 16th century as many of the people are dressed in peasant garb complete with curly toed shoes.
... chatting to them, and the two hours passed quickly. It would be wrong to say that we were the last vehicle off the ferry, but as luck would have it we were about the third or fourth last off. Still, we were in no hurry, but it meant that we were disgorged into rush hour Tallinn with the traffic already swelled by the other vehicles from the ferry. We looked at a possible wild camp, which was actually a car park costing €9 per day, and decided that ...
... guessing the language from which particular Estonian words were derived (usually Russian, German or Finnish).
The Tallinn City Museum in housed in a medieval merchant home. I liked the 3D model of the former city. It was also interesting to learn about the Brotherhood of Black Heads for bachelor merchants and ship captains from the 14th century to 1940. They were ...
... registration tickets to the girl behind the counter. After a few tense minutes staring at the stoney faced officer, our passports were stamped and we were free to leave Russia.
We then proceeded to another security checkpoint which involved xrays of our bags and a very thorough pat-down before entering the final room before being able to board the plane. It was more involved leaving the country than it was trying to get in!
Finally we were on board and took off in ...
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- Pets allowed