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... we bugged out down to the bottom of Estonia in a place called Parnu. It was quite nice and cheap and the lady gave us the Baltic States Camping Guide to all the campsites in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. Before leaving Estonia, let me tell you about the roads…. ****; the drivers…. Crappier – seriously they overtake whenever. There is a gap, let’s go. Doesn’t matter if the gap is 150m ...
... paintings, the museum contains furniture owned and used by Peter himself as well as one of his shoes. I found it very interesting and made me nostalgic for Russia again.
I hopped on the next tour bus and did the rest of the tour. This route took me right out of the city, along the coast to the east to the suburb of Piritja. There is a nature reserve here and it is now the “hot” suburb to own a house due to the open spaces and ...
... in early June and they will not be home until July 2015! We met and took the shuttle into the city and walked around together for a little and took pictures and then we came back to the ship. We have done a lot of touring and really needed another "day at sea" so we went back to the ship and went swimming and relaxed the rest of the day. Off to Stockholm ...
... sore feet syndrome again.
We were about half way through our Tallinn old town tour when surprisingly we heard the roar of jet fighters directly overhead. We made our way to an area where we could see what was going on and realized that an air show was underway. The formations and flying demonstrations were amazing and highly skilled which led us to wonder where the fighters came from as we didn’t believe Estonia had the air ...
... was the grieving widow of a Pagan king and she apparently built the hill in his honour. Her statue is surrounded by 250 year old linden trees. From here there is an excellent view of Hermann Pikk which is the tallest remaining tower of the Danish fortress. It is also where the Estonian flag was flown to declare their independence. Further up the hill is Alexander Nevsky church which is Russian orthodox and was full of tourists. The external ...