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... a quick walking tour of the outside of buildings in the parts of the old town we’d not yet seen.
Then back to the ship, by late afternoon, for a swim (very refreshing after the hot, crowd-fighting experience of the last hour of our visit to Tallin) and a rest before supper. At supper we learned that John, Lorie, Doug, and Carrie had done an organized tour (by the same company that did our excellent St. Petersburg tours) but had a very poor guide (with a bad ...
... the plus side, the hotel was easy walking distance to all the sights and the harbor. Old Town is a large, meandering 14th century area bordered on one side by the Baltic Sea and the other sides by new shopping malls, parks, gardens, the crazy central market and Opera and Theater.
Down the cobblestoned street from our hotel was the former offices of the KGB, similar to the one in ...
A slow start today, a visit to a history museum then coffee and another wander around the streets before going to Rataskaevu 16, the No 1 rated restaurant in Tallinn (Tripadvisor). This was definitely one of the nicest meals we have had. Up until the last few days we haven't been experiencing gourmet meals as such. We boarded the ferry at 6pm bound for Stockholm after 17 hours at sea. Certainly a party boat, lots of bars, bands and drunk ...
... problem is it delayed our arrival in St. Petersburg by three hours. Most of the delay time will be recouped overnight on our trip to St Petersburg (must be putting the ship in "high gear"). Our tour will be delayed one hour in St. Petersburg, Russia. We move our clocks ahead another hour tonight. Second time this trip, now we are 8 hours ahead.
... costume and the whole place is decked out like a 13th C tavern. We had elk soup for €2 ($3.50) - yummy! - and some meat pies and beer for €4 ($6). Great place.
We then headed to the Kiek in de Kok Bastion museum. Kiek in de Kok apparently means "peeking into the kitchen" as the local soldiers used to peer into people's kitchen while on guard duty way up in the tower. There were all these tunnels built back in the 17th C by the ...