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One of the best hostels that we have ever stayed in.
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... Some fun facts we learned from the 24 hour "cruise news" channel about Estonia: 1) it has only 1.3M people in the whole country, and is consequently the most sparsely inhabited country in the world, 2) it has the #2 highest literacy rate in the world, at 99.8%, 3) it was the first country in the world to connect its schools to the Internet, 4) it is the least religious country in the world, with only 40% claiming to be affiliated with a religion, and ...
... br> Our tour started in Palace Square, dominated by the historic Russian Orthodox Navsky Cathedral. The cathedral reminded me of those we saw in St. Petersburg, except there was much less gold. Also on the square is Toompea Castle, now home to Estonia’s parliament. Madli took us to the Governor’s Garden next to the castle, to tell us the story of the "singing revolution". She had us stand in a circle and hold hands as she spoke. In the ...
... now and it is focused on Estonia, so it was pretty cool to meet someone who was so excited about seeing all that Estonia has to offer.
We grabbed some lunch after the tour at this place that was recommended to me as a place where all the locals eat. I don’t know if it was traditional Estonian food, but if they all eat there, it’s good enough for me. It was a place called Kompressor, and their specialty is pancakes. They were more ...
... that we ended back at the old town square so Dennis and I could sit and have a beer. Surprisingly, the restaurants surrounding the square were full of very rowdy football fans wearing orange shirts saying "Nederlands." Dennis had to get back to the hotel for a conference call and I decided to check out a couple more stores. At one point I was walking down a very narrow street with crazy Nederlands fans on one side and a group of elderly cruise ship ...
... Festival is held annually; about 30,000 people attend, all wearing national costume, and sing patriotic songs. Our guide explained that it really is an impressive and even quite moving sight to see.
Next we visited one of the old Guild Houses where we enjoyed a good cup of coffee along with some Estonian cake, while being treated ...