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... clock is the oldest timepiece in Tallinn. Can you spot the strange item on the face of the clock?? A couple of facts given to us by the guide. The Estonian flag is blue (for the sky), black (for the land, and white for hope. The prime minister was 34 when elected last year, is charismatic with good dress sense and always wears bow ties! He is unmarried but dating a pop star. Must be a breath of fresh air amongst the other heads of state! ...
... a nice quiet park bench near the monument and enjoyed the pleasant setting while waiting for the next bus to arrive some 20 minutes later. The remaining ride took us by the Olympic Stadium and complex, built for the 1930 Olympics which were rescheduled due to WWII, and finally held in 1952. Shortly thereafter, we drove thru the town center with many relatively modern structures built in the 20th century. The streets were filled with cars and people on this ...
... knows about amber. Not as fascinating as Faberge but interesting. A lot of people think that amber with insects inside are the better type of jewellery to buy but in reality its very rare to find amber like that. If you find pendants etc for sale that say its amber with an insect or scorpion trapped in the resin its unlikely to be real amber. However it is possible to find amber on the beach, it floats in salt water and can even be found on UK beaches more likely in the ...
... and a big day all round. Monday turned out to be a quieter day. Firstly, the modern art galleries I had hoped to visit were closed cos it was Monday, so we walked to the main town area via the harbour walking route. It was a lovely, sunny, warm day, so it was most pleasant seeing the boats in the harbour & walking through the parks. We sat in the sun drinking coffee, like so many of the locals do, making the most of ...
... quick freshen up and then onto the bus to town. We wandered around the central station area. I enjoyed - as I usually do - snapping shots of the buildings. I must say there was a slight sense of a Soviet influence. The people were a touch on the dour side, and the city centre seemed more like a regional city than a capital. Still, we only experienced the area around central station, and I found plenty to interest ...