Cobblestone Inn & Suites Brillion
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... some time to reflect, I realized that I would like to see even more of Germany, wouldn't mind spending more time in Riga and Istanbul, and three days in Tallinn was perfect.
As always, I'm feeling very fortunate to have this travel opportunity, and I'm glad you all came along with me.
Thanks for reading.
Until the next one,
... between 1609-1616, and is still used as a mosque today. Some people think it's overrated, but because of its close proximity to Hagia Sophia, it made sense to visit it. I still thought it was pretty incredible.
I then stopped at a shop to get some quick souvenirs, went back to my hotel, had a cup of Turkish coffee, and cabbed it to the airport. Once again, the airport was a hot mess. I was actually kind of happy to be getting onto ...
Diane here. I'm putting the final touches on our final email to the team. I'll be reminding them to pack their passports, pack their Live Generously t-shirts, bug spray, suntan lotion and water bottles to name a few things.
We started planning this experience 19 months ago!!! It's been fun meeting the team and picking up a co-leader, Gayle Hale, as the team continued to grow ...
... and Estonians, like their Finnish neighbors, are big on their saunas (SOW-nahs). Apparently in Estonia it's common to get "whisked" by a friend with birch twigs to improve circulation. They call this "whisking." We'll see. Not sure I want a strange Estonian male to just whisk away at me.
Tallinn's Old Town: This area of Tallinn is supposed to be magnificent, and one of the best preserved Old Towns in Europe.
Today I woke up to grandpa being gone. He came back in about 15 minutes with danish pastries! I had a cherry-cheesecake danish for breakfast and will have a blueberry one tomorrow. After breakfast, I rode to Point Beach and back. MY BIKE IS GETTING MORE USE THIS WEEK THAN I HAVE RIDDEN IN MY ENTIRE LIFE. I've learned how to use the gears on my bike though... :\
Today's highlight ...