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We didn't arrive at Tallin (Estonia) until 10 a.m. so for us, and many others, it was a lazy morning (a nice change after the 6:30 wake-ups for St. Petersburg. Cathy and I can’t seem to sleep in too long though and our plan to have lunch on the ship and go in to town for the afternoon, changed when we’d had breakfast by 9 and were ready to go anyway. So we left the ship at 10:30 and set off to explore.
The old town of Tallin is a short 10 minute walk from ...
We arrived to a cold (40 degrees), windy and rainy day. Some people in the U.K. said they call them "Baltic Days" in the U.K. Remember we are on the Baltic Sea.
Today we toured Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Dome Church (St Mary's Cathedral,Tallin's oldest church) and Old Town , and the 14th Century walled Rakvere Castle.
... egg and milk (yuk and most people said that too). Oh back in the old days they only cooked bread once a year and hung it in the kitchen. It looked like a donut but they realized people were losing too many teeth! Thank you all for my birthday messages, I told my parents I didn't want anyone to know. They kept their word until after dinner a birthday cake arrived and the Indonesian sang happy birthday. I forgot the staff have my date of birth, it wasn't gf though, nice ...
... Thursday on board all day was excellent. Beautiful sunshine,we spent all morning on deck. Second Romanov lecture after lunch did not disappoint it was about Rasputin very creepy stuff. Altogether a very good day.
And now we are up to date in Tallinn where the sun has just come out and Thomas is impatient with how long this is taking so I will post it . Maybe more later,don't know yet.
The past week my dad came to St. Petersburg to visit, which was quite exciting. It was great to see him and fun to show him around the city and we ate at some delicious restaurants. I think he enjoyed his trip to Russia, and I am glad he had the chance to see the part of the world I am interested in.
On Friday, May 9, we had the chance to be in St. Petersburg for Victory Day (although in Western Europe the victory is celebrated on May 8, it was after midnight ...