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... child and teenager - our family's church for about 20 years. Then train to Penzance, which turned out to be train to St Ives and then bus "due to a fatality". We hired a car and made our way from touristy Land's End along the north Cornwall coast through fishing hamlets like Port Just up to Newquay. Then to Padstow (Padstein as it's become known due to the number of eateries bearing Rick Stein's name), Port Isaac (of the TV ...
... No cameras allowed inside but I did light a candle for Mom.
The cathedral stands in Lossi Plats where also stand the Parliament (Riigikogu) and Toompea Palace
This is Stenbock House, also in Lossi Plats. It is the seat of the Estonian government. During the city tour, ...
... from smoked sauerkraut, pate's, baked cheese, olives and other condiments, like onion jam, before we dived into ox fillet, bear and Elk sausages and baked salmon. Nice?..... Yes... was it worth the €49 each for the feast...No. Back home for an early night. Hope to see more of the harbour tomorrow and set about getting ready to enter Russia..there is a nervous apprehension about driving in, but we are excited about the adventure to ...
... and they called something that turned out to be a private taxi which riped me off on the fare. I didn't even notice until almost all the way to the airport. I learned this the hard way. Check before you jump into a cab!
The flight over to Saaremaa was really spectacular. In a small plane you fly lower and really had beautiful views of the coast line and even Tallinn's skyline. I'd recommend taking the flight at least one way.
... with digital displays and a screen showing the stops and times, speed and outside temperature. A smooth, high-speed ride, up to 120 kmph. Tartu is an attractive town, population 100,000, where every fourth person is a student or connected with the University of Tartu. The old town centre was destroyed during World War II and has been completely rebuilt. I wandered on my own, then went on a one-on-one walking tour. There's a gentle river ...