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... the Virgin. It is currently the seat of the Lutheran Church in Estonia. The church dates from sometime prior to 1233. Entering the church, one sees seemingly endless coats of arms hung on the walls and building columns.
We paid two Euros each to enter. The attendant said I could take all of the photos I wanted, with or without flash. In small part, that made up for my disappointment in the Russian Orthodox cathedral. In years past ...
... of the tracks to Telliskivi. This area, once derelict has been regenerated....you guessed it.. into an art space and cafe area! F-Hoone, a cafe in a huge factory building has a great feel, good staff and tasty cheap food.
The following morning brought an early start (which, when you've got Sarah in tow results in leaving the hostel late and some serious speed walking with heavy backpacks) to catch our bus to St Petersburg.
... I grabbed an awesome traditional Estonian lunch in an awesome traditional Estonian tavern in Altju. The main dish was a barley porridge with a wild mushroom sauce but being as hungry I was, I also ordered garlic bread. Instead of the expected piece or two of bread, I got a whole bowl of bits of toasted, very dark rye bread slathered in garlic, butter and BACON! Holy **** that was amazing.
Given I had less than 2 hours to get to the pick up point, I left ...
Saturday in Tallinn started with a hotel breakfast and a walking tour of the city. We said goodbye to our guide Janis who was starting another tour. Beata and a local Tallinn guide took us to a castle in the top part of town. Opposite the castle was an impressive Russian Orthodox Church. There was a service in progress. Old ladies with colourful head scarves were praying fervently as a choir sang from the upper level of the church. ...
... entire hotel that prides (?) itelf on hosting the Soviet security agency.
When Hotel Viru was built in 1972 it was Estonia’s first skyscraper. It was also the only place for tourists to stay and this made it easier to keep tabs on them by the Soviets. This is exactly what the KGB did here from the "23rd" floor spy base (the hotel elevators only showed 22 floors). Our guide, was a ...