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... a really long rant about how the Canadian telecoms' predatory pricing and lack of universal access is hurting our economy and ability to innovate. But I digress.)
It's past 10pm and it's still not dark out. And it's August, not June. I'm getting pretty far north here. There are also drunken people singing outside the window here, which was amusing for the first five minutes or so, but now is just getting annoying. I may head out soon and grab a pint; all the ...
... with those all important "Low Prices". A very good meal with a long cool beer and cider was greatly enjoyed.
So totally 'stuffed' a comfy bed called, with the next phase begun.
Monday 23rd June
We took full advantage of our paid for breakfast at the B&B and filled up as best we could (less to spend on lunch). Then a morning of catching up on internet stuff before heading into Tallinn on ...
... tyre, and walked back home which took a wee while. Everyone was working so we had a couple drinks at recommended pub HellHunt before going for a late dinner at Triin's work, Rataskaevu 16, ranked number 1 in Tallinn. Its in a 1400s home and an amazing setting. We had a lot of fun being served by Triin and drinking cocktails. We had elk meat for the first time, as well some yummy salted salmon, chicken livers and a great chocolate pudding. We went home very ...
... Chicken salad, followed by pancakes - Yep, they didn't last long. It was an underground place, vaulted ceilings etc. highly recommended.
After the refueling we then headed north east to Kadroirg Palace and the grounds. The building was shut due to Easter but the park there was epic. I'm not going to lie to you, but by this point my legs were starting to give up a bit. ...
... the bus, we listen to Estonian folk music, a CD that includes some songs of the revolution. A nice touch-Johanna has given us small souvenirs of every place we have been, linen coasters from Vilnius and Trakai, Laima, which means happy, iconic chocolate bars from Riga, and now butter spreaders made of juniper wood from Estonia.
The Swissotel in Tallinn is tall, skinny, very sleek and so is everyone who works here. After checking in, we take a guided tour of ...