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Quiet rooms, fantastic location, friendly staff and a good breakfast supplied.
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Had a very good night's sleep. I woke up a few times (I'm hoping more to do with being a different place & timezone rather than my recent bout of early morning insomnia) but managed to get at least 9-10 hours of shuteye. Which isn't surprising given how tired I was last night. Got up before 9 and had some breakfast provided by the hostel (yay …
Twenty-six hours and I finally hit Estonia. By the time boarding for my third and final flight came around, I was feeling very, very weary. It was only an hour and forty minute flight from Warsaw to Tallinn but I could barely keep my eyes open for most of it. Arrived just after 5pm local time, grabbed my pack from the carousel and caught the bus …
Our second stop: Tallin, Estonia. The night before the show, the Cruise Director asked the audience who had visited Estonia prior to this cruise. Not surprisingly, crickets. Estonia, not on everyone's bucket list of "must-see" countries, nonetheless is a natural stop on a Baltic cruise because of its geographic convenience and the Estonian efforts that have clearly been taken to cater to a curious and open-minded tourist population. The cruise ship traffic ...
... I did not have a bottle opener but judicious use of a chair did the trick. Wished the beer was colder, Roddy. Had a quick shower. Downloaded the pix and got the blog up to date.
Quite light out still. Seems there is about an extra two hours of light this far north. Only in Alaska, Daniel and Esther, have I been further north.
My roomie Mike came in c 2130. He seems an affable enough fellow who likes some of the offbeat places in the world ...
... We started out at the cathedral which we really wanted to see. However it was a little disappointing, because scaffolding was around the base of the domes. It was still an awesome looking church, but not the picture I wanted to take home. Anyway, we continued our tour through the Upper, then into the Lower Old Town. It was just what you would expect from an old medieval city. Cobblestone streets, ...