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Russians also love a monument and given their long history there have been many reasons and events that are now marked by monuments, statues and archway gates throughout the cities and countryside we have travelled.
As we approached many towns and cities we saw collections of 'dachas' ... small summer houses built on small blocks of land initially gifted to families by Peter The Great provided they did something with the land ... ...
... male and female. It's gone to ruin a bit and it's very cold and damp but very interesting.
Tallinn's a great place to visit - it's easy to get around, everything is nearby, lots of cafes and restaurants and even though there were cruise ships in port, there were no queues. We did need to book ahead for some tours as we wanted them in English but it wasn't hard to do. It's also quite cheap by European standards.
... arrived in Tallinn at 1.15pm (once again, exactly on time).
It’s quite a long walk down the ship’s “gangway” to the wharf, and surprisingly no customs check at the other end. I grabbed a taxi outside which took me to my hotel, The Merchant’s House, for 10 Euros. Probably above the money as I forgot to tell the guy to switch on the metre, but still less than half what the hotel had quoted for a transfer.
... short and a rip off really not exciting. 1.8km of wall remains, the longest in europe for an old town with 7 towers intact. Back home and Prue is still sick. Theres a noisy rally in parliament square, the others went to see what was happening...the right wing militants trying to keep everyone out - no refugees. Out to dinner now, Kate booked online before leaving London, a great choice...braised elk, good wine, lovely atmosphere. Booked our Helsinki trip for four for the next ...
... here before we head to Sweden). Lunch on our walk was a lunch 'special' - unusual as we don't see the European 'Menu of the Day' here. 8 Euros (A$12 or so) for soup and a grill type meat and vegetables. I liked the way the ...