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A day of the Coats. We weren't tricked today by sunshine.
May Day in Tallinn could have been better for the locals. The day started as overcast and dropped to about 1 degree by the time we packed it in, in mid afternoon. That's not to say that we didn't see a few things.
A couple of museums, 5 churches, towers, walls, the best …
... Some fun facts we learned from the 24 hour "cruise news" channel about Estonia: 1) it has only 1.3M people in the whole country, and is consequently the most sparsely inhabited country in the world, 2) it has the #2 highest literacy rate in the world, at 99.8%, 3) it was the first country in the world to connect its schools to the Internet, 4) it is the least religious country in the world, with only 40% claiming to be affiliated with a religion, and ...
Drove to the city to catch the 7.30 am ferry to Talinn in Estonia. Always wanted to go there. One and a half hour trip, very smooth. Walked into the UNESCO listed old city, after seeing ugly concrete remains of some Russian buildings, very tatty. Old city is peaceful and slightly decaying-looking. Art work in the botanical gardens close to the old city walls. Went to look at St. Olaf's church, once the ...
Sun is out and we are up early. (Well it doesn't go down, I don't think. The sunset was near midnight last night and I woke at 3 and it was still light) After a quick check on Duster, we went for a walk to explore Tallin. It was a really nice city, but soooooo Touristy. We found our way to the KGB museum, but as per most places, you have to join a guided tour. This of course was booked out so we didn't get in. We found ...
... a couple of times (was blown away by them at the 1993 World Symposium on Choral Music in Vancouver). I'm quite enamoured of Estonian composers Arvo Pärt and Veljo Tormis and have several CDs of their work.
All ages take part in the celebration - what a fabulous inter-generational experience it must be. What a great social leveller it is also: no matter whether you're a doctor, teacher, artist, musician, city ...