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I had read about this restaurant called Rataskaevu 16 (rat-ess-kev-you), and when I emailed them a week ago about making a reservation, the only time they could get me in over 3 nights was at 7 pm tonight. I can't say enough good things about it. Superior food quality, taste and service. My waitress, Laura, was so sweet and welcoming. It was probably one of the best restaurants I've ever been to at the ...
TALLINN with 435,000 inhabitants is the capital and largest city of Estonia (1.3 million). It is situated on the northern coast of the country on the shore of the Gulf of Finland, 80 miles south of Helsinki. It is listed among the top 10 "digital cities" in the world (not surprising, as our smartphone international sim card, "Onesimcard", is based in Tallinn). Tallinn was also called Reval from the 13th century until 1917 and again during Nazi occupation, 1941-44. ...
So arrived in Tallin about 10:30 last night. Stopped to visit Natalia friends Husband is British and wife Latvian. They have lovely house in wooded suburb across from the outdoor museum She proudly showed her prized dried mushrooms. Blueberry and mushroom hunting is actually a national sport! Then to Natalia's apartment which is a renovated soviet era housing complex. It was gray concrete at one time. She ...
... very entertaining. Two hours took us all around the old town and fed us lots of stories about the ancient history of the city but also the many absurdities during the Communist era. Two films - both documentaries, I think - were recommended and I'll make sure to get them when I get back: Disco and the Atomic War and The Singing Revolution which focus on the middle and the end of the Communist era in Estonia, respectively.
... walk than anticipated to the local landmark, Darwen Tower. Next day to Keswick and 5 days exploring the Lake District, the last two with good friends Lydia and Tim and a great day out at Hadrian's Wall. We deposited the car in Penrith, were dropped off at Liverpool Lime St by Lydia & Tim and took the train to London, where we had just a couple of days before leaving England for Estonia, but time to see a couple of West End ...