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At about 15:30, when we left the church, it was getting dark. As we walked through Freedom square, on the way back to our apartment, we came upon a candlelight vigil for the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris. At the time, we did not know what was happening because we had yet to hear the news of the tragedy.
We made it back to our apartment that evening without any of the icy treachery of the morning walk.
When we awoke ...
... had probably gained less knowledge or information about the town than Cathy and I had in our own exploration. They weren’t too happy about that part, but had generally enjoyed the experience they had had.
Tonight’s show was a performance by a Broadway performer. She paid tribute to the songs and singing of a variety of influential women in the music industry. She had a great voice and Cathy and I really enjoyed this show. Bed time…to get ready for Riga ...
Have had a relaxing time on board mixed with interesting visits. After Oslo we went to Gothenburg, Sweden and went to some old fishing villages that are now holiday homes for the wealthy Swedes and Danes around the west coast. It was also the home of Volvo. The car area of Volvo is now owned by the Chinese. Also learnt interesting things about the history and everyday living there. They used to be able to bucket up herrings straight from the beach. We went to the port area of ...
... all summer - sometimes five docking at a time. This fills Old Town with foot traffic and a living United Nations of languages.
In the Middle Ages, Tallinn was always being attacked by one neighbor or another. In order ...
... walking over lots of cobblestones and climbing hills and steps. Hard work in our somewhat fragile state but we managed and the views from the top were well worth the effort.
We continued meandering, slowly making our way back down the hill and found one of the many street restaurants to stop off and have a coffee and some scrambled eggs and toast which hit the spot perfectly. We explored a bit more then found another ...