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... to and we just enjoyed walking around for a few hours. There were twice as many tour groups walking around as normal and although we loved Tallinn, we were happy to be heading on to Tartu, the 3rd largest city and the University town. It's been described as the soul of Estonia and we're looking forward to spending some time in a smaller town and doing laundry! That's one of the reasons we booked the place we did.
They have a ...
... s Passage past the tomb stones and down to the city wall once again, and through the Viru gates which were very picturesque and opened out into a large courtyard. Back at the hostel we chatted for a while with Nicholas (Finnish) and Viktor (Latvian) whom we had briefly said hi to yesterday. Then it was across the road to "Pizza Grande" for dinner. Our guide warned us that a medium sized pizza would fill two people but we bought one each anyway, ...
... not much can be done, we visit Check Point Charlie, the Wall and the Gate,
Nearly all of Berlin was bombed during the war so most of the city has been reconstructed
After our wet morning tour we head off to Poznan, Poland. The expectation here was just a stop over on the way to the Baltic's.
Well what a surprise, Hotel was modern and in a great location, new shopping center across the road built in an old brewery. After ...
... and early 15th centuries) and points out some of the old warehouses that are still standing. It was the last open, one that doesn't freeze, port on the Baltic.
Further north, the port of Tallinn, also a member of the Hanseatic League, freezes. Johanna segues into Estonian history, focusing on the bloodless or 'singing revolution' of 1991 that preceded the most recent period of independence. From the window of the bus, we get our first glimpse of the Baltic Sea, ...
I am writing this on the bus and we have just crossed the boarder we are now Estonia we have put our clocks back an hour and it is 7.30 pm. Still as light as 4.00 in queensland. I will miss Russia and we really did not do it justice we should of had a week in Moscow and a week in st Petersburg. Russia was not a problem to travel in and i would say everyone should see it.
Will send more later.
Diane & ...