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... very direct & are quite forthright in their criticism which some people see as being rude. Friendships & physical displays of affection are discouraged & it sounded very much like the behaviour in some Scandinavian TV series such as "The Bridge".
Edith took us to the oldest cafe in Talinn with its decor from 1861 & after some more time leaving us with a to-do list for a week’s stay, parted with us on (we hope) good terms.
One suggestion was to ...
We visited the Zoo today. It wasn't as nice as Singapore zoo but was still lots of fun. We hired a wooden trolley and me and my sister got to sit in it while mum and dad were pulling us. We got to pat some baby farm animals in the Petting zoo. We ...
... tourist souvenir shops. The main difference is that the speciality in Toledo is armour and swords while Tallin focuses on altogether more gentle arts.
We still have nightmares about trying to drive through one of the medieval hill towns in Italy when we ended up going the wrong way up an extremely narrow cobbled street, waiting for someone to come the other way (which didn't happen), but when we came to the end of the road, the turn ...
... because they haven't been invented yet.') everything was there. Eventually we plumped for a small family run restaurant serving Estonian Italian food. It was excellent. After our meal, despite it only being just after 2000, we decided to call it a day and head back to our bus. The only problem was where to get the Tallinn City Transport bus back to the campsite. The map was inconclusive. Eventually, we walked down the road where we had got off the ...
... to anyone who wants to visit somewhere and meet some locals. The party was great fun; we met a number of people from Tallinn along with people from Russia, Poland, Germany, Slovakia, Latvia and even Peru. The “beach” was a 100m stretch of brown sand next to a disused ruin of a Soviet port and Helicopter pad, so no swimming for us. Our stand-out chat was with a guy who had hitchhiked all the way from Tallinn to Barcelona.
Our next day was full ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet