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Baltic Cruise day 7 Tallin (Estonia)
We arrive early, we haven’t booked any trips we thought we would just take the shuttle bus to town and wander. Well this is an amazing little place, very medieval, very old city wall and buildings as well as churches very similar to St Petersburg. Lots of cobble stones here too.
We took a ride in a trishaw, a young lad took us around the highlights (hard work as its a bit hilly) he stopped a ...
We are fortunate to be able to return to the beautiful city of Tallinn, Estonia. Our fortune is all the better because we shared the experience with Lorraine and Arlene. As our ship docked, we saw one of the many ferries also coming into port.
After breakfast, we disembarked. We had a lengthy walk along the pier to the taxi stand. I asked the driver to drop us off at the tourist information office. I ...
Wednesday 10th June Roger stays with Prue today having found a chemist, got some drugs and we've raided the first aid lit for immodium and isolytes. None of it is working and Prue is spending hours asleep. Kate Tom John and I head out for the day to give her quiet and to explore some more. Just a few steps from our apartment is a large Russian cathedral complete with onion heads. At some stage Tsar Peter 1 built it to remind people who ruled their country. There was much ...
... Here we had beautifully cooked fish - (9.90 and 13.9 Euros for mine).
We have very much enjoyed Tallinn, though we can't imagine what it must be like here in summer time. As it was each day cruise ships docked in the ...
The bad weather followed us to Tallinn, Estonia.
We had booked a basic walking tour of the town, so we had to do a lot of careful maneuvering around big puddles among the cobblestone streets.
To be honest, there wasn't much to see. It’s an old city, dating back to medieval times. Much of it has either been preserved or restored.
The streets of the Old Town are narrow, and although we occasionally were required to move ...