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... some of the main churches (many of which were converted into other uses during the Soviet era), the Parliament House, the city walls, and Freedom Square, which, like in Riga, was also hosting the 3x3 basketball tournament this week. I'm not sure if it's a travelling event or if it's being simultaneously hosted in both places. I didn't ask.
The guide also spent a bit of time discussing Estonia's recent history, both the German and Soviet occupation years, and the ...
... to watch the football so we all gathered in the hostel's bar which gave a great atmosphere. Another hostel guest, a French girl, was very into the football and also European politics so we talked with her for a long time. We made another new friend who we chatted with after the football- he is from Utah but is currently an intern at the US embassy in Moscow. Altogether it has been a very sociable and interesting day- and the Netherlands thrashed ...
Saturday, June 7. 2014 at sea.
At sea means: sleeping, eating, reading, being entertained and
Observation: A Lady in a burka took a selfie.
Tallinn, Estonia, Sunday June 8. 2014
Too bad, we ...
... mercenaries, what can you say.
In the last 1,000 years the Estonians have been done over by the Danes, the Germans, the Swedes, the Russians, the GFC.
After the second worst Italian meal of all time we have returned to the warmth of the hotel for laundry and chocolate.
Tomorrow is May Day and a public holiday but the views aren't shut and we are hoping for some local sights.
After breakfast we headed for the town square & had a look at the Xmas market, a little train was doing a 20 min circuit of the town centre so we hopped onto the back seat & it played Xmas carols all the way round. We then went on a walk all around the old town, there were some heavy snow flurries all day. We went to the tourist information & booked to go on the ghost tour at night, we then went to kiek in de kok (which translated means peeking in ...