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... the apartment was actually several blocks away. The receptionist, a blunt, unfriendly woman who seemed like she was having a bad day, said it was only a seven-minute walk. Seven minutes, my eye! Before we left, she gave us a copy of the receipt. Oh oh. Apparently there'd been a mix up and they had only booked us in for one night instead of two. To make matters worse, they had no vacancies tomorrow ...
... several places throughout where you can stand atop the walls and take in the beautiful views.
As we walked around Bree recognized several things that she had seen on her last trip and we were even able to find the hotel that they had stayed at nearly 6 years ago! After almost 8 hours of taking in the sights we found a great little café with ...
A sore lower back and neck are flight souvenirs. A decent piece of pound cake and OJ sufficed for brekkie.
Dipping down under 10,000 feet the green of the English countryside came into view, soon shrouded in cloud.
Left Trawna a bit late but arrived a bit early into the new Terminal 2 aka the Queen's Terminal. Not sure, Jools Baby, if that is named after my namesake. The walk to customs rivalled that in Toronto.
Slow baggage but eventually my ...
... it was called. With no blood being shed, Estonia gained indepedence in 1991. No wonder they celebrate so fervently.
I read some figures about this year's event: 42,000 performers, including more than 1,000 choirs and 654 dance groups, and 153,000 spectators. The printed program said the mass choir numbered over 21,000 – and that doesn't include the 7,400 young children and 5,400 children who ...
... its charm through Swedish and Soviet rule, and even today, coexists in perfect harmony with a thoroughly modern Tallinn. Estonia’s fascinating capital has a myriad of parks, cafes, sporting activities, and shops.
The Tallinnites are quite proud of their Song Festival. ...