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... joy at finding swings it was like we were little kids again! We eventually reluctantly left tea beach headed back to the small town. We walked along the Main Street which for some reason reminded me of America. The street was pretty wide, all the buildings were wooden and autumns orange leafed trees lined the street. It was so quiet here but that just added to the charm of the place and also made it really obvious that the peak season was over!
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... Had an iced coffee [a major seller] and a nice fruit plate with an edible almond bowl. Tony also came by. It was a rather swish setting, near St Peter's Church . Seems to me more Latvians smoke than Estonians.
Was on my own again. Ran into Heather who reported Tony was ahead of me. Headed for the other side of the tracks re the markets and the Academy of Sciences' building. One had to cross the railroad tracks. It was a great divide ...
We reached the Skyline bar at the Radisson on the 26th floor, well before the sunset. We got the window seat on the left (better views of town) and the views were brilliant, the cocktails which were made in front of us were excellent but there was not much choice of food for the vegetarians, the sunset at the sky bar was amazing.
After couple of drinks we took the taxi ...
... we had a free walking tour at midday with a very enthusiastic guide. She showed us the town hall, the monuments to estonians independence and my favourite, the most expensive toilet (to build) in all of Estonia (photo attached). After this very informative 2 hour tour we headed to Kompressor for lunch. It was amazing, a pancake house that had the best savoury pancake I have ever had in my life, I chose the garlic and cheese, it was so good it gave Stuart order envy who ...
... The Baltic states joined the Germans when they invaded their countries. Why was that? Well they saw the German as liberators from the Soviets who had occupied their countries since the nineteen twenties. When the war had finished and the Russians once more occupied the Baltic states all these people were rounded up. The guide told this story in front of the old KGB building. They used to say that the building was the highest building in ...
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