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... clearly visible.
The ship emptied at a quick pace and I followed the crowd down a series of covered corridors and into the Tallinn terminal. Although we were entering another country, the only passport control was performed by the ticket seller in Helsinki. There was a uniformed official eyeing the crowd flooding into the terminal but she didn't stop anybody.
The sky was grey and I'm guessing that it was ...
... convened since medieval times, you can also climb the tower and get some fantastic (if a little windy) views of the city from above.
By this point I needed some lunch so I wandered down to Eat, a very cheap restaurant serving yummy dumplings. After stopping off quickly at the hostel, I was briefly delayed by a heavy but quick shower of rain while making my way to Kiek in de Kok, an impressive defensive tower whose name means "Peek into the ...
... building from a variety of these other countries.
Estonia is the gateway to Russia from the west. Estonia gained their independence in 1991.
Most Estonian people are generally hardworking, although most are very individual in attitude meaning they are not really a team oriented race. Most are not very social. This would explain why they do better in individual sports as opposed to team sports.
The language spoken is Estonia which is very similar ...
... by Danes and Finns and Russians and Germans off and on over the past 2000 years, but the city of Tallinn has always been an important stop on the trade routes so it has been kept largely intact. Simply amazing to step into a church that was built in the 1300s and still holds services! We have a day a see and will land in Warnemunde, Germany on Friday where we will tour Berlin.
... down to the town square and took a photo of the statue of people kissing, and one of the art museum because it's built all skewed - like the building is drunk or something. I then visited the nearby KGB jail museum, which is in the basement of a standard office building that has accountants and lawyers and so on. During the Soviet occupation, the KGB had converted the basement of this one building to hold political prisoners. It was an interesting contrast from the ...