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After such a lovely, sunny day yesterday today we had planned to do a walking tour of Tallinn … but of course it was raining when we woke up. We had resolved at the start of our trip that we wouldn't let rain stop us from doing anything but it was quite heavy today and we just didn’t have the strength of 'travel’ character to manage it. So we had another slow morning at home and lunch was more pastries from the pastry ...
... granite rock; the beautiful coastline dotted with hundreds of beautiful islands, harbours, and the large green parks which along with the CBD, shape Helsinki. Apparently during the winter when the ice is thick on the water, the locals drive their cars to neighbouring islands! Along with a little bit of shopping therapy in the markets adjoining the harbour overlooked by the beautiful Helsinki Town Hall, I bought some lovely pieces of glass jewellery ...
... wood. While we stood there, the man took thin pieces of wood and drew them through a long-knife. That was how he made the strands used in weaving around the wooden items. Leslie bought a trivet. It is a cross-section of a piece of wood about six inches in diameter. On one edge, there are holes through which they weave the small strips of wood. The piece is accented with pieces of amber, a substance that ...
... rooting for Estonia, and not just because the song is the least terrible on the list. Tallinn is my favourite city so far. Compact, scenic and - at least in the off-season with no cruise ships in the port - free of tourists. The old town is a marvelous place to explore and the contrast between that, the rapidly modernising and old Soviet areas of the city is intriguing. You can ...
... championships are being held here this week and, as luck would have it, we found out that the Great Britain team were playing today- too good to miss. So we joined an enthusiastic crowd of Brit parents in supporting their boys. Apparently we are the lucky mascots as the team went on to beat Croatia 7-3. They have to beat Holland tomorrow to get the bronze medal. Tallinn likes to think marzipan was developed here first and was apparently originally made for ...