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... child and teenager - our family's church for about 20 years. Then train to Penzance, which turned out to be train to St Ives and then bus "due to a fatality". We hired a car and made our way from touristy Land's End along the north Cornwall coast through fishing hamlets like Port Just up to Newquay. Then to Padstow (Padstein as it's become known due to the number of eateries bearing Rick Stein's name), Port Isaac (of the TV ...
... No cameras allowed inside but I did light a candle for Mom.
The cathedral stands in Lossi Plats where also stand the Parliament (Riigikogu) and Toompea Palace
This is Stenbock House, also in Lossi Plats. It is the seat of the Estonian government. During the city tour, ...
... including bread, cheese, fruit, and these mini-cheesecake type snacks that are popular in Estonia and other Baltic countries. We had a makeshift picnic lunch in the park with the city walls in the background. Not bad.
After lunch, we spent some time walking along the city walls, and we stumbled upon a few interesting things like a Flower Festival full of random weird art. (There was a sculpture of a cat taking a selfie. If I take a selfie ...
... pull in and stop wherever you could, jump out pay for a ticket, jump back in and then floor it as you joined the flow of coaches, family wagons and hoon saloons, back in the race for the beach. We still don't know what the ticket was for. We got closer and realised it was going to be PACKED! It was a myriad of fun aqua parks, food stands and entertainment areas, that went up to the beach. We had to park Duster somewhere but do you think we could park ...
... path, historic bridges, an impressive university main building, a historic Gunpowder Cellar now housing the world's highest-ceiling pub(!), a large, treed park sprinkled with monuments to local literary and scientific heroes, and an imposing redbrick structure, half cathedral ruins from the late 1200s and half renovated to house the university museum. An enjoyable day, despite the off-and-on rain.
July 4 arrived, and the Song and Dance Celebration ...