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... supposedly "non existent" 23rd floor. The KGB museum tour included a history of the hotel during the soviet era, a look around the quarters to see old spy equipment (including exploding purses and cufflinks with microphones - very James Bond) and listening to anecdotes from the Soviet occupation - apparently it was quicker to get room service by talking to the lamp than by calling the lobby.
In the evening we crossed over to the ...
... with the tour and made it known in our post-cruise survey. It is probably not possible to roam the streets without a visa.
We were surprised by how ...
... of the town square to have this horrible prison just a stones throw away, but how else does a country deal with over a decade of foreign occupation? It was time to make my way to Tallinn, which was another few hours away. The road between Tartu and Tallinn is just one long freeway so that made for a really boring ride and at times it was hard to stay focussed. It was overcast for most of the trip - except for the 5 minutes where the road went directly under the dark ...
... all summer - sometimes five docking at a time. This fills Old Town with foot traffic and a living United Nations of languages.
In the Middle Ages, Tallinn was always being attacked by one neighbor or another. In order ...
Saturday 14th June
Met Wayne, Jane's travelling companion from Adelaide, as we waited for the bus to Talinn. The ride was similar to our previous ones in the Baltic except that we were much closer to the sea itself & passed a couple of small ports on the way. Talinn, the capital of Estonia is the most northerly of the 3 states & the people here speak a language related to Finnish which is completely unrelated to that of the Latvians & ...