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Tallink Ferry from Helsinki took 2 hours and was a great trip due to decent bar area for me and supermarket for Josefina. Free bingo which we both were only 3 numbers away from winning, plus karaoke which only 2 people participated in. Josefina wanted us to sing, but I was nay in the zone.
20 minute walk to hotel as we went a bit off a non …
... the shops become busy selling more or less useful souveniers.
We sit on our bikes and drive east towards the Lahemaa National Park, some 70 km outside Tallinn. Going there we are seeing as well the more mordern and industrial part of Tallinn which doesn't really impress us.
The national park is very nice with goods roads that follow mostly the coastline which gives for curves and pleasant rides for motorcycles. We stop sometimes and see the nice beaches with pine trees - ...
... 1 Euro to get in. There are galleries along both side walls, one of which you can access to get a bird’s eye view of the structure. Presumably this is where the rich and powerful sat during Sunday services, and maybe do today as this is still a working church. The pulpit is very elaborate and decorated with painted carvings of Jesus and various saints.
Next I visited St Nicholas' Church which is actually not a church now, but a museum so you have ...
... senikaua telki. Esimesed piisad langevad siis, kui olen just saanud kõik pakitud, jope selga ja tõmban parajasti kilepükse jalga.
Rada läheb metsa, mis esiti toimib vihmavarjuna. Vihm tuleb ja läheb, ümberringi kõmiseb korralikult. Mets on siin kena, kuivemates oludes teeks palju pilte. Meelehärmi tekitab ainult kohaliku taarapunkti põrandaalune filiaal.
Vihmapausi kasutades palgivirnal rosinaid süües olen juba lootusrikas, eriti arvestades, et norrakad ...
... café with seats in the shade where we ordered a local beer (delicious!). I also ordered a home-made mushroom soup, which was out of this world.
After a little souvenir shopping, we found the shuttle bus to take us back to the ship, so we hopped on (well, maybe not a hop, actually), It was another 10K step day on my FitBit, so we returned to our home away from home, and had a drink, with my feet up. Being a tourist can be exhausting!