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My friends, finally we can go on a trip that's been in our dreams/minds a long time. This is the beginning of a dream. Bye Estonia, friends for a while. But we gonna keep in touch by this blog. We will post some pictures along the way so thatyou'll feel like you're there with us :) ...
... s a guided tour on the 23rd floor where they've made a sort of museum out of the KGB offices. Advance booking is required and I really don't want to function on a schedule other than waking up for breakfast.
Back towards Old Town, I stopped at Freedom Square, a place of national symbolism and civic pride. The ...
After a bad experience with one of Wind Surf's tours in Skagen, Denmark, today we are doing Tallinn on foot along with our friends John & Sondie. The weather is perfectly clear with a high near 82 and we are off the ship by 8:30. The ship is running a shuttle bus from the pier to the city center since it's about a 30 minute walk.
Tallinn’s medieval Old Town is known around the world for its well-preserved completeness ...
We had a fantastic day in Tallinn. It was warm and sunny again with the temperature 26 C. We booked a private walking and bike tour online just for the 4 of us. We met our tour guide just after 8 outside the tourist information behind the main square in the old town. The tour guide was called Indric. He was 24 and just graduated two weeks ago with a degree in history. We started off with the walking tour as the city was still quiet and empty. Tallinn is a pretty and quaint medieval ...
... the last one before Independence was restored, a record 300,000 people managed to fit in! It became known as The Singing Revolution. We followed a nice footpath through a forest to reach the German War Graves at Maajamäe Memorial. This was for German and Estonian troops who fought on the German side during World War Two. In the Soviet section there is an interesting sculpture there of two hands being warmed by a flame. Sadly the flame is no longer lit so ...