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13. A cat is not obliged to love its owner, but must help in time of nee.
14. Sometimes everyone has the right to be unaware of their duties.
15. Everyone has the right to be in doubt, but this is not an obligation.
16. Everyone has the right to be happy.
17. Everyone has the right to be unhappy.
18. Everyone has the right to be silent.
19. Everyone has the right to have faith.
20. No one has the right to violence.
21. Everyone has ...
... and I wanted to see more but I took a turn and ended up in another well-known district, saw more churches, took another turn hoping it would lead me to the Cathedral Square but I ended up in front of a different hotel and then Pilies street.
There are street signs for all sites and descriptive plates like the ones in Tallinn. ...
13 kms AM - We had a late breakfast of pancakes and home made peach jam (Laimonas own) with coffee, yum. Then we made sandwiches, filled the flask, bundled everybody into Laimonas' car and headed west, towards the old historical village of Rumsiskes. This is an important place for Laimonas because all of his grandfather's (maternal) rural sheds and farm house are on display here. Well we spent hours here, moving ...
Took myself on a self guided walking tour of the old city. Had fun. It's a beautiful and interesting city to visit. Ran into Jonathan from Reding while was walking, so great to finally meet him at last. Probably meeting him for dinner. Well we did meet for dinner, and very nice it was as well. Had a local dish which was potato filled with meat and mushrooms. A few beers afterwards and back to bed.
... the convenient Hop on Hop off bus, we visited all the sites/sights than one should do as a good tourist. We have found that this is an easy way to get to know a place. It gives one a good overal perspective of the place and where one can go back to to check out more thoroughly.
The highlight was probably the church of Saints Peter and Paul (built 1674). The exterior was OK but ...