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Travel Blogs from Tallinn
... knock over. First was a hair cut. I should really have taken care of it way back in the Netherlands when I was first starting to be mistaken from someone's Golden Retriever running around the streets. Then I headed back to the shoreline to check out the Viking ferry terminal where I'd need to go early the next morning to catch my ferry to Finland. I found some rocks jutting out into the ocean, where I sat for a long while, listening to the gentle crash of the waves and watching a couple ...
... in the 15th century except for the touch screen on the cash register. Then, as soon as you walk back out of the city gates, you face ultra modern glass fašade building. Estonia has had a wild history and tries hard to get back on its feet. German and Russian occupation has left their marks which can still be seen both in the country and in the city.
I decided to travel by bus this ...
Beyond the medieval old town, there is lots to see and do in Tallinn. The city is clearly rejuvenating itself, shaking off its occupational history. Only twenty years after their successful war of independence (1918-1920), they were occupied by Soviets in 1940, Germans from 1941-1944, and Soviets again from 1944-1991. In 2004, Estonia joined the European Union.
... allowed, although easing conditions to crater for tourists could help local economy in some areas like for example Bogalay which was badly hit by cyclone Nargis in 2008.
Prices in existing hotels are up, some are booked until March. With adding up closed areas, the tourists are channeled to the 'big four': Yangon, Bagan, Mandalay and Inle lake.
Our plan is still in force because there's a lot of beautiful places in Burma. I refuse to channel though.
... had been in.
To get a bird’s eye view of the city we decided to climb the tower at St Olafs Church to a viewing platform. In the 1500’s the tower was regarded as the tallest building in the world. The viewing platform was about 60m up the 123m tower, it doesn’t sound much but it was a rather physical climb. The spiralling staircase containing the 258 steps to get to the platform was quite steep and narrow. On top ...
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