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... me and pastry place for Josefina.
Late breakfast at hotel, checkout at 12 and then sightseeing. Old Town here is lovely and basically an direction is worthy of a photo. We walked upto the castle in Toomlea(?) area, saw an Orthodox church and a couple of viewpoints across town; then into lower town, more churches, towers, old walls and general pleasantness. Then to 3 dragoons medieval pub ...
... to house the Great Guild whose members had to be not only merchants but married and German as well. A lot of kids were rubbing the nose of the lion’s head knocker on the front doors, so I gave it a rub as well. Can’t be too careful when you’re on holidays. There was one quite poignant exhibit about the effect of World War II on Estonia’s children, many of whom were deported to Siberia with their families when the Russian invaded ...
... in half an hour. So when the minister arrives, she is more surprised to see me than I am to see her. I climb the bell tower and spot good weather on the horizon. Praise the Lord.
Good weather really arrives, as do Finnish cyclists. I buy some Estonian dessert (kohuke) and eat it in front of the shop. Life is good again.
Forest is full of wild strawberries. Can't eat them all although I give it a try. Then five hikers sit in the middle of the trail. They are ...
... spectacular sights, but on the other hand, I remained vertical throughout the entire trip...a significant accomplishment!
The street ends in the large Town Hall Square in the lower town. Twisting cobblestone lanes and iron street lamps. Gothic spires and medieval markets. Cappuccino and Wi-Fi. This is the city's famous Old Town where tourists and locals congregate. After our young guide showed us the important sites, we found ...
... among the top 10 digital cities in the world. The city was a European Capital of Culture for 2011, along with Turku, Finland.
Tallinn is the oldest capital city in Northern Europe. The city was known as Reval from the 13th century until 1917 and again during the Nazi invasion of Estonia from 1941 to 1944.
Tour Overview: Old Nobility & New Farmers Tallinn boasts one of the finest medieval Old Towns ...