Old Town Maestro's
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... café with seats in the shade where we ordered a local beer (delicious!). I also ordered a home-made mushroom soup, which was out of this world.
After a little souvenir shopping, we found the shuttle bus to take us back to the ship, so we hopped on (well, maybe not a hop, actually), It was another 10K step day on my FitBit, so we returned to our home away from home, and had a drink, with my feet up. Being a tourist can be exhausting!
Our flight from Frankfurt, Germany to Tallinn, Estonia took about two, uneventful hours. We landed around 16:30, but it was already quite dark, snowy, and cold. We walked from the gate to the baggage claim area and began our wait.
The various bags continued around and around on the carousel. I noticed the man I had met in Frankfurt standing at one end of the carousel. Shortly, he and his wife retrieved their bags and headed for the ...
... drive over it mixing it with the sand that is spread over the road to give extra grip.
we headed to climb the old wall and there are only two sections that are still open, it was built starting the 14th century to keep the feral pagans from defiling the city by the then Danish king!
it is amazing walking on something so old....and solid....along the wall thereare wedge shaped sections tapering to a small slit facing the outside which ...
... passed very smoothly but the second we disembarked from the ferry the freezing temperatures hit us! A quick check of the weather revealed that it was -6C! Time for a pre packed breakfast in the port before heading into the centre of Helsinki. Our first stop was the tourist information centre for a map and then we headed to the harbour side area to browse the local market. Outside there were a selection of stalls selling knitted items, souvenirs and a few fresh fruit and veg stalls. ...
PICKING UP SPEED TOWARDS TALLINN
ARRIVAL AT TALLINN HARBOUR
I took a ...