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... then as you pass, they invite you to eat In their restaurant. Having said this, we did speak with one who shared some information about the Estonia/Russian border. It was quite serendipitous, as he may have saved us a 15 to 24 hr wait by suggesting we do the southern border and not the north as we had planned.. We headed home and all agreed we would be up and moving by 7am tomorrow as we turn eastward to the land of the ...
... civilian targets, possibly to soften them up for the inevitable Soviet occupation post WW II.
Another thing we'd never heard about, (or maybe we were just too self obsessed in the '80's) was the Baltic Chain. 2 million, that's right, folks, 2 MILLION Estonians, Latvians and Lithuanians joined hands and formed a HUMAN CHAIN 600 kms long across all three countries to show they wanted freedom from the Russkis in 1989. We "You Tubed" it and ...
... brought the eucalyptus oil that had been useful when I got bitten in China. Lesson learned. Top of the list for next holiday.
Anyway, we carried on with our free time sightseeing this afternoon, before meeting up with the others for a meal this evening. The food was good, we found out some interesting things about our table companions, and Hughie was getting sympathy all round.
Tomorrow we leave ...
... cute rooms and tasty breakfast), amazing food (check out my two restaurant recommendations: Rataskaevu16 & Von Krahli Aed, both on tripadvisor: top-notch food!)
Other than Tallinn, the close-by Lahemaa National park is the perfect day trip by car. Just drive around, hopefully under the same amazing sun we enjoyed) to see:
- Kasmu peninsula, with the giant boulders left behind by ...
... and the tower now houses the Estonian Maritime Museum.
Tallinn is fascinating and probably one of my favorites. I did not expect to like Tallinn so much. Just walking around the medieval old town seems to bring you to another century. At 5PM, Tallink Silja’s Star ferry took me back to Helsinki and with a scenic view of the city, I bid Tallinn Nägemist.
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