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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 …
... a file sharing program. The Old Towne is the draw. It's one of the best preserved medieval towns in the world. It's built on a hill and has very well preserved fortified walls and defensive towers around a lot of the city. The area that used to be a moat is now a wonderful greenspace with ponds, a fountain, gardens, soccer fields, etc.
This is the kind of town where you just wonder around, soak up the history, and try not to break ...
After breakfast, I went on a free city tour. The guides are students, speak English very
well and you pay them what you like. Although the tour is free, a tip is expected and they’re not shy to mention it. My guide did a great job, she was knowledgeable and enthusiastic.
... with world’s famous cathedrals, they provide a much more intimate and quiet, inward looking experience.
In the 15th and 16th century, St. Olav Church (Oleviste) with its 522 ft. high tower was the highest building in the world. These days, St Olav Church continues as an active Baptist church and its viewing platform offers a panoramic view over the city. For 2 Euros you can climb the stone staircase’s 258 steps to the ...
... he got older he regretted some of the things he did and wanted to be buried in this church, specifically at the entrance. He wanted people to step on him so that he could pay for his sins. Folklore suggested he wanted to be buried at the entrance so that he could look up girls skirts!! As we walked the city, Kieran recognised some of the spots from a bmx video of some of his favourite riders. At the end of the walking part, Indric took us to the oldest cafe in Tallinn, where we had ...