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... I saw architectural details I had missed, I noticed much more than previous days. I have to admit the rain did interfere with my travel style and I was very disappointed.
It was time to eat. Remember Katarina Kaik (St-Catherine's Passage)?
The 3rd door to the right is Restoran Controvento where I enjoyed a stuffed cannelloni. I'm ...
... the ferry terminal. I arrived at the Hostel, Fat Margaret's it's called, and once I'd unloaded my gear I asked the hostel manager for a dinner recommendation. She pointed out a few places on the map, so I went walking. I visited all the momuments, took all the photos, reviewed all the menus and decided on the place called Kompressor which makes nothing but pancakes - savoury and sweet. Not very Estonian, but at 4.5E each I can't say no to pancakes. But it was only 6:30pm and ...
... and upper town where the castle was and aristocracy lived. They had two separate governments at different times. The Lower town seems geographically larger to me.
People are friendly and most speak English in Tallinn so if you get lost or need directions this was not really a problem. There is an excellent Tourist Information Office inside the Old Town but if you aren't staying inside the Old Town, it can be challenging to ...
... independent now. By the early 1200s, the Danes occupied Tallinn and northern Estonia (Tallinn means "Danish city"), and German merchants settled in the Tallinn area around that time, retaining their economic domination until 1939. The Swedes ruled in the 1600s, then Tsarist Russians from 1710 on. Peter the Great visited Tallinn often and built Kadriorg Palace as his summer estate. Serfdom was abolished in 1816, and an Estonian nationalist ...
... on top of the hill. It was a really nice view with the sun still setting at 11:20pm, and we didn’t hang around for complete darkness to set in. We figured it was probably going to be around 1am before it got completely dark, and then the sun was rising here at 3:42am anyway. Not much night time here in Tallinn. Overall it was a really good day and I’ve enjoyed this city. I’m off to Riga in the morning, and hopefully that can measure up to ...