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... appeared to have a cross at the top. This cross was actually supposed to represent a medal which would have been awarded for bravery during battles. The monument wasn't exactly the most attractive I've seen, in fact its a bit of an eyesore which seems to be an opinion felt by many Estonians. It cost a whopping 7 million and was built by the Czechs who they are now in the process of suing! The reason it was so expensive is that the materials used are designed to withstand a ...
... the country the most.
I was looking forward to eating at V again but apparently they were booked with reservations and always are. Perhaps I got lucky yesterday. I went to Caffe Centrale instead and enjoyed my meal :)
It will be an early night for me
Head ood (HEH-ahd ...
... at one such cafe, marvelling at how Estonia seems to have out-hipstered the Plateau by a mile.
Kalamaja is still a residential district, though the old wooden houses have mostly been restored and turned into large (and presumably expensive) Bohemian digs. I did see plenty of regular people out and about, mind you, not tourists. And it was nice to escape the tourist hordes and just allow myself to get lost in the quiet streets, snapping photos and strolling about.
... jam packed full. Back to waiting…… and waiting…. we thought about walking the 2.9 kms, but decided against it. Eventually a bus came by that we could get on, and we actually managed to get off at the right stop, and found the guesthouse straight away – a very strange occurrence! Looked forward to sleeping in a proper bed after quite a few nights in a row in the tent, but a bit concerned about the potential noise as we were right under the airport's flight ...
... through the crowds of people and a million parked cars, we caught a glimpse of the Baltic Sea, through the trees..... And that was it. Deciding it was all too hard and knowing we would be right on the sea at Tallin Estonia. We headed back for the palace. we did stop off at a local Westfield type shop and had a walk around. Nothing was cheap! It was on par to that back home in Sydney. After arriving back home, we had our nana naps which are becoming a routine thing.. We are ...