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... Canadian Embassy in an unassuming house flying our flag out front.
The tourist information office was quiet and had lots of maps and brochures to help visitors. It is Monday and because of that most of the museums were closed . There was, however, a free English language tour about to start. A surprisingly large group for January(15) joined the tour.
It was conducted by a bubbly college student who proved to be ...
... to include Arabian beef (the same as what was in David's salad), orange jelly, pate and onion jam, the last two of which I was always going to skip. Instead, I think the pate was what I ate most of as there was no beef and the jelly looked like cat food with some sort of disgusting meat in it. This led to us resorting to desperate measures: a quick trip to McDonald's for a bit of "normal" food". Tea was also ...
... decided to head out to explore a bit before dark and to find some dinner. I wound my way down to the Town Hall Square where I found "Ill Drakon", a very medieval themed restaurant serving cheap food and beer. Some sausages and half a pint later, I was still hungry so I grabbed a quick pizza in another little place before climbing Toompea hill (the site of the medieval city stronghold) to take in a panoramic view or two of the city. Very, very much ready for bed now though.
... on what was turning into a warmish day 4.
Mike had outlined on a map what he wanted to see and I think we saw most of it, including a return trip to the old town. Stopped for a cake/ice cream combo and mulled wine which in effect was lunch 6.5. Got a bit lost at times but it was a free afternoon.
Mike is not big into museums but thought the Occupation Museum might be worth a look. We approached it and it looked dark inside ie closed. We were about ...
... extraordinary, unique, amazing, thrilling, emotional, important and just plain fantastic. I loved it this time as much as I did five years ago, if not more. If I am still alive and kicking and financially able in 2019, I will be back again in Tallinn.
When you understand the meaning behind the celebration and the role that singing has played in Estonia's history, when you see the emotion on people's faces, the ...