The Dancing Eesti
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... to remember either Tallin or Estonia. I shall keep working on them by bribing them with a reindeer meatball.
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
In this entry I will be talking about how I played ping pong on the cruise. There were two ping pong tables so there could be two matches going on at once. The first time I played ping pong on the boat was with my dad. He taught me how to play the game and it came ...
... had a lump in their throat or a tear in their eye. The “Singing Revolution” resulted in independence for Estonia in 1991.
We next visited St. Mary’s Cathedral, called the Dome Church by locals. It is the city’s oldest church, established in 1233, and inside displays the coats of arms of Tallinn’s noble families. Built as a Catholic Church, it was changed to a Lutheran church during the Reformation. We then saw ...
... was. It wasn’t attractive at all, but still very interesting.
We hopped on a bus back into town and decided to just chill at our hostels for a bit and meet up later. There was a free museum night tonight where you could go in any of the museum in town for free from 6-11pm, but I just wasn’t in a museum mood. Instead I met up with Kirstyn at about 9:30pm, grabbed a snack and a drink and then went to check out the view of the old ...
... in Europe and is the home of Skype. Enough of the trivia!
We had a very comfortable hotel just outside the Old Town walls. In glorious sunny weather we explored the Old Town, tramped the narrow cobble stoned streets, viewed the requisite churches and climbed the ramparts. Another day was spent hopping on/off the sightseeing buses. We ...
... free!) booze we’d been indulging in it would be nice to have the exercise.
At this point we broke away from the rest of our party and had a good look around the shops and streets and stalls. There were many trendy pavement bars and cafés doing a roaring trade from the two or three cruise ships that were docked in Tallinn. ...