Hotell St. Barbara
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... small" is a tiny bit different from mine.
Even in the snow, the huge park around the palace was lovely to stroll around in, though it got a little bit chilly (read: freezing your butt off!) at the actual sea side. So we quickly watched some Russians feed the swans, had them take our picture, and then rushed back to a little cafe for some tea and an insanely big cinnamon-muffin-contraption.
See: holiday is all about food!
... and a cake. We then went to the bike hire shop to get our bikes. It was a gentle cycle through the streets and parks as the city is quite flat. Sightseeing by bike was good as we got to see parts of the city not see easy by foot in such a short time. We went to a nice park built by peter the great, the Russian csar. He had a big influence in Estonia. He built a summer residence for him and his wife, Catherine the first. We went to the Estonia president's house which had only ...
... des temps de navigation aussi variables, et j'ai eu ma réponse une fois à bord.
Pour se rattraper du prix bas du billet, tout ce qui n'était pas ponts techniques ou de véhicules dans le navire était plein de restaurants, boutiques et salles de jeux. Il y avait des bandits manchots partout dans les couloirs, en fait c'était un casino flottant. Également, pour s'assurer que les gens dépensent leur argent la quasi totalité des sièges disponibles est dans ces endroits-là, où il ...
... Russia graffiti. From the 25-year-old guide on the two day tours I joined, I learned that yes, Estonians are nervous about Russia's recent actions in Ukraine. His parents are Russian, and he was born in the Estonian SSR a year before independence. He believes that Russians living in Estonia who don't want to adopt Estonian culture should go back to Russia!
The Estonian language is related to Finnish (and further back, to Hungarian), ...
... street lamps lining the path to the viewing spot were all lit up, like something out of a Sherlock Holmes-era London. The streets were largely empty, aside from other tourists out to get that archetypal Old Town snapshot.
Back at the hostel, the three German girls who had been getting progressively on my tits since I arrived were packing their things and getting ready to get an early night (first time for everything - I'd already told one of them to "shut the **** up" the ...