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... been to travel to non-English speaking countries but still have most people speak great English. It also makes us a little lazy I think!
Finally it was time for check-in and we eagerly went to our apartment, a really lovely renovated old wood factory, only to find that we were on the fourth floor and again there was no lift. Waaaaa! The stairwell was huge too, you could have fit an apartment in the space so there ...
... herby, but quite sweet. Nothing you'd drink all day, but interesting. There's a little deck outside on the corner of the street so I sipped it out there. It's about 10pm and just getting dark. There's medieval music playing at the Olde Hansa and all the tables are full. I think I could get used to Tallinn - at least in the summertime.
Had an absolute, final nightcap at the hotel bar - Salmiaki. The barmaid insisted that this was Estonian, so maybe ...
... ja siis on uus ja tühi Ohtu lõkkekoht. Puhkus, snäkk. Ilmaennustuse järgi peaks juba ammu vihma sadama. Vahetult lõkkekoha järel on kruusiaugutalu-nimeline majapidamine, kust ilmselt annaks häda korral joogivett küsida.
Tibutamine hakkab veidi pärast Ohtut ja kasvab pärast Keilat üle korralikuks vihmaks. Viimased 12 kilomeetrit vaatan maailma tilkuva mütsinoka alt. Otsustan, et kui enne kaheksat maanteeni jõuan, pressin edasi kuni järgmise lõkkekohani, ...
... we're making progress on getting over the jet lag. The blog entries will be quite a bit shorter, since I can't remember the details from a week ago.
Somehow one doesn't expect that the capital of a country that was once part of the Soviet Union will be charming, but Tallinn, Estonia is. The ugly, blocky, dingy architecture that the Soviets left in their wake in so many places may be here, but we didn't see it as we explored ...
... pieces, had a lovely lunch in one of the large restaurauts, ate lovely spicy almonds, tried a bit of dried moose and reindeer (very tiny taste) and wandered around. As a part of the experience, and slightly Disneylandish are the peple dressed in costumes with little roleplays. Ben was dressed in chain mail and loved it. Decided it was vey heavy and would be hard to get around with any sort of speed.