Old Town Maestro's
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Tallinna lennujaamas on midagi teistmoodi. Isegi läbiotsimispersonal soovib head reisi. New Yorgi teatmikku ei turustata. Ametlik julgestusteadaanne esitatatakse jatsuvormis. Istumisnurga juures seisev robotmees teatab: "You know, I think that you should stay in Estonia." ...
... left of the main entrance along with a candle, which I lit and placed in a brass candelabra in front of a bearded saint. You can’t be too careful on holidays I always say.
Next we visited St Mary's which was originally built by the Danes - Epp said when they laid the foundations they actually sacrificed a virgin to ensure the success of the construction which seemed a little extreme, even for Vikings. Although if Lords of the North is anything to ...
... Nabala-Paekna matkaraja, mis on kahtlemata vaatamist väärt, kuid veidi kergema kandamiga, seda enam, et rada naaseb maanteele pärast umbes kolmekilomeetrist ringi viissada meetrit ärakeeramisest eemal. Siuke u-tähekujuline teelisa. Ei tea, mis peaks inimesi selleks motiveerima. Tulen kunagi selleks siia hoopis eraldi.
Dieedile lisanduvad vaarikad. Need asuvad võrreldes seni pakutud süsivesikutega tunduvalt sobivamal kõrgusel.
Saarte rabani ...
... of the old town, which is very impressive. There are nine towers connected up by wall, with gates in to pass in and out, which makes it an amazingly intact bit of 13th century wall. There are streets and streets of individualized merchants' houses, colourful, with pointy gable ends and little plaques telling you who lived there or what it was used for. There are various large churches, Lutheran ones tend to be very plain inside, no stained glass or ...
... generations. I liked it because it let in a lot more light than a regular church. This was also to be the most northern point on our trip! We'd come a long way since Crete!
We then wanted to walk to Kaivopuisto park, which gave great views of the harbor. On the way there, we decided to cut through 3 different shopping centers, just to keep warm! We then had to go back to the harbor to catch our return ferry. We had left it a little late, so it was a very brisk walk ...