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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... surprised by the amount of cars that were in that part of town. Estonia was under Russian control until recent times.
We were walking towards the ship when Geoff said come and have a look in this shop… I went and before I walked in I could tell that it wasn’t my kind of shop but I went in for him. Now at what point am I allowed to ring his neck???? Anyone who knows me knows I hate heights as in I won’t even stand on a chair unless I have ...
The ferry ride from Helsinki to Tallinn was very smooth and comfortable, with the choice of doing a lot or not doing anything at all! We had tossed up about doing the night ferry, because then you can stay in your cabin until 8am but we decided not to as we then had an extra half day in Tallinn. Sarina and I did go and see the cabins and, I must say, they look really very comfortable, so I certainly would consider that as ...
Another ferry ride, this time a short one across the Baltic to Estonia. It is weird to be so close to St. Petersberg, and in another former Soviet Republic. This trip should be renamed the tour of the gormer Soviet states. Tallinn has a beautiful old town. Full of cobbled streets and city wall towers and churches. It is fun just wandering because you can never really get lost. I went to the fake village on the edge of town to check out ancient Estonion ways. ...
... br> - At 11 am it was 13 degrees.
- At 1pm it was 12 degrees.
- As we returned to the ship the temperature neared 10 degrees
And yet, the road tar still melted. It didn't make sense, but Tallinn was friendly and beautiful.
Tallin, Estonia is modern but medieval the entire town is a UNESCO world heritage site. The people are beautiful, kind, and enjoy talking about their history, our tour guides was amazing. Cobble Stone roads throughout even if you're wearing good shoes you'll get blisters, so suck it up. ...