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... a bit of time until Henry picked us up so I explored a bit beyond the end of the road. But soon my ride arrived and we piled back into the van and headed back to town.
Back in Tallinn, Henry gave us all gold medals for finishing the tour...although I suspect it's not pure gold. Tired, but still not that hungry (it was a late and very filling lunch), I wandered Old Town to build up an appetite. I found myself in the Old Hansa shop, where they sell medieval ...
A sore lower back and neck are flight souvenirs. A decent piece of pound cake and OJ sufficed for brekkie.
Dipping down under 10,000 feet the green of the English countryside came into view, soon shrouded in cloud.
Left Trawna a bit late but arrived a bit early into the new Terminal 2 aka the Queen's Terminal. Not sure, Jools Baby, if that is named after my namesake. The walk to customs rivalled that in Toronto.
Slow baggage but eventually my ...
... equipped with restaurants, bars, a stage, shopping centre and many levels of cabins. That evening we cruised the Baltic Sea to Stockholm in 3m-6m seas, making the voyage a little bumpy and making us a little weary-eyed the next day for our jam packed day in the Swedish capital. Most of our time in the city was spent in the Vasa Museum, dedicated to a 17th century warship that had been salvaged 300 years after it sank just after leaving the port. This was ...
... on I pad and they did not mind. Then we took a taxi to the hotel and picked up our luggage, the staff had kept my scarf, hot bottle which we forgotten in the room and then the driver took us to the airport which is only 10 mins drive for our 10pm flight.
Summary of Tallinn Medieval Walled City
The Medieval town of Tallinn Old Town is Enchanting with wonderful architecture, ...
... then out to dinner at the Chicky spot to have a traditional roast pork dinner. the place was a dive the food was great.
Start of tour.
We change hotels today after having a train ride out a country town. We meet up with our tour group of 44 passengers, our tour guide and driver.
we get a city tour and then off to get the ferry to Berlin
Berlin, looks so interesting but is pouring ...