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... metal and wood. Great design and I could have spent a fortune so it's lucky I'm restricted not only by my purse but by the disincentive of having to lug it around in my already boulder-heavy case.
... days that she liked and now it was New Years the markets had sales on...! Well suffice to say it is a good thing we have bought another suitcase as we managed to almost fill it today! A lot of the stuff here is more hand,are and original than other markets so we bought the things had we would not be able to get anywhere else....all the kids got something too...Josh has not really wanted anything thus far but a Viking knife from ...
... Swedish influences. She explained that Finland was rather lucky during the war as they still managed to hold on to a lot of their rights and were even allowed their own currency. When they declared themselves independent in 1917 both the Germans and the Soviets were too busy with the war to react straight away. They did retaliate later on but luckily a lot of buildings survived the bombings. The Senate square in which the tour started had been designed by just one guy who designed ...
... it’s not as
gigantic as I thought it was.
FROM MY SEAT ON THE FERRY
WHERE I SAT IN ...
... some of the main churches (many of which were converted into other uses during the Soviet era), the Parliament House, the city walls, and Freedom Square, which, like in Riga, was also hosting the 3x3 basketball tournament this week. I'm not sure if it's a travelling event or if it's being simultaneously hosted in both places. I didn't ask.
The guide also spent a bit of time discussing Estonia's recent history, both the German and Soviet occupation years, and the ...