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- Continental Breakfast
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... fireplace mounted on the wall between them. On the mantle above this is a garishly coloured statue of Jesus, sans arms, next to another statue of a guy dressed in a waist coat and wearing a beret who appears to be either singing or screaming. Hanging on the brick wall behind them is an oval, gilt-framed mirror.
Opposite is an old upright piano, next to which is a wooden lintel painted blue and gold that leads to the back of the establishment and ...
... vee välja. Pärast protseduuri on esialgu valus ja ebamugav, hiljem on käia juba väga hea. Kõik Soomest ostetud nipiraamatu eeskujul.
Laagriplatsil kasvava männi sees elab harakas.
Täna kulges ka rada väga kenasti metsas. Ei tea, kas see on neil juhuslikult nii või on siinkandis lihtsalt rajakujundusega rohkem vaeva nähtud. Ainult numbreid millegipärast kilomeetri möödumist tähistavatel siltidel enam ei olnud.
GPS arvab, et käin üle 5 kilomeetri tunnis. ...
So, this is a very interesting city, Tallinn, Estonia. To be perfectly honest, I did not know anything about Estonia or Tallinn until this trip. But, it is a country with a rich history, especially in the Hellenic era.
Our first encounter was a number of modern buildings and some lovely modern street vendors, of the female variety.
... and eat, it was later than we'd intended and we were both a bit tired and grumpy. Then we heard that our hoped for Servas host in St Petersburg couldn't host us due to work pressure, so we needed to look at our list for other hosts Rick had highlighted and contact them. Happily one has been able to say Yes at short notice, so all is well. Yesterday was Tallinn Day, celebrating their entry into the Hanseatic League in 12-something. There was a series of ...
The bad weather followed us to Tallinn, Estonia.
We had booked a basic walking tour of the town, so we had to do a lot of careful maneuvering around big puddles among the cobblestone streets.
To be honest, there wasn't much to see. It’s an old city, dating back to medieval times. Much of it has either been preserved or restored.
The streets of the Old Town are narrow, and although we occasionally were required to move ...