Old Town Maestro's
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... tears to our eyes.
While the choir sung, we walked around just a little. The level of decoration was incredible, particularly on the screen separating the people from the altar. Apparently, during the mass, the priests conduct much of the service from behind the screen, out of view of those gathered.
We noticed two beautiful icons as we wandered around. Both depicted Mary and baby Jesus. They were each about two feet by three feet ...
... WW2, now there is one.Our tour guide Kadi is great, the tunnels have been used for many purposes, refuge during the bombings in WW 2 and for punk rebels during the seventies, there is even a ghost...... Thankfully, we are barred from the section where the spiders and bats now call home.
Back in time, Last night, Beatle tribute band
Tonight it is 1978, Disco dancing
We return to the ship and are surprised by chocolate strawberries sent by ...
... reached the village of Oandu and the Lahemaa Forest Centre. On Henry's advice, I asked to watched a 15minute video presentation on the park which was very interesting. The woman in the centre gave me lots of info on the park. On a whim, I asked her if she had any insect repellant and luckily she had some that someone had left there that I could take with me. Probably wasn't the best stuff (made sure it wasn't DDT) but I figured better than nothing.
At Oandu are ...
... was temporarily delayed while cleaners did their job and the KLM flight was refuelled. We took off steeply from Schihol and turned south over the patchwork fir kids and canals of Holland towards Belgium and Germany and finally Switzerland. Over Basel we had turbulence and a build up of cumulus cloud up o 10000 metres but occasionally you could see neat villages and traffic on roads below. If we could see them, they could ...
... THE BROKEN LINE MONUMENT
Just outside the Old Town Walls near our hotel is a monument commemerating one of the many ships that come and go from Tallinn. This monument was built in memory of the victims of the MS Estonia ferry disaster. In September 1994, 852 people died when the car ferry sank on route from Tallinn to Stockholm.