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... phone, he looked a lot bigger with his wings wide open!! (See photo)
We found a Greek restaurant that wasn't busy at all, so decided to take a break from sightseeing and have lunch. They had a gyro, Rich had an assortment of feta and veggies and I had a souvlaki plate--all were yummy.
After lunch, we continued exploring Old Town Tallinn. The churches are very ornate and the architecture is just so beautiful. I've taken a bunch of pictures and ...
... Taamal paistab ilusat ilma. Jumalad olgu kiidetud! Ja Norra vabaks!
All on valvur saabunud, kes palub mul veidi kirikut valvata, kuniks ta tualetis käib. Ega see kirik vast kuhugi ei lähe, aga kasutan hea meelega ettekäänet veel mõnda aega siseruumis viibida. Kui valvur tagasi, käin pildistan kirikut profiilis. Sel on huvitav poolringikujuline torn. Siis tundub, et värava juures on halli vammusega munk, kuid see osutub siiski ennast vihmakeebist vabastavaks ...
... to their groups in nearby sections of the church.
We continued walking past beautifully restored old medieval buildings, including the headquarters of some of the merchant and artisan guilds.
A section of old wall and towers, across from a McDonalds (which did not serve decaffeinated coffee), functioned as an entry to another pedestrian mall, filled with vendors selling unbelievably beautiful flowers, including roses in a variety ...
... selling tickets for the day. So I didn't get to see it. (Sorry, Kitty. I might try again before I leave Tallinn.) They did, however, have a display of tanks and armoured vehicles across the way from the museum, from Estonia's War of Independence. So I popped in to check those out.
The Land of the 10pm Sun
I made my way slowly back to the Old Town, walking through Schnelli Park on the way back, which has great views of Parliament and the Cathedral from outside ...
... on the ship, we went to the evening show and sat next a couple from Akron, Ohio! They live about 3 blocks from Keith's brother. Out of over 3,000 passengers, what are the odds?!
Our excitement this evening was the ship could not use the thrust engines to leave the pier. So two little tug boats pulled this giant ship out to ...