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... freezing. The crowd continued out of the terminal and along a sidewalk toward the old town. The first building we reached was a small shopping mall. As the people dispersed I continued toward the old church spires several hundred meters away.
After the architectural uniformity of downtown Helsinki, Tallinn's buildings seem chaotic.
New glass and steel structures are mixed with older stone block warehouses and ...
... it off. We walked back to our apartment and finished packing, before carrying our bags downstairs and through the cobblestone streets until we reached our new hotel, which includes a gym and public swimming pool. There we left our bags and set out to see Tallinn. First stop was the Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, a Russian Orthodox church on the top of a hill. It was unlike any structure I've seen in person before, with ...
... to remember either Tallin or Estonia. I shall keep working on them by bribing them with a reindeer meatball.
Excerpt from Sam Jackson's Journal:
In this entry I will be talking about how I played ping pong on the cruise. There were two ping pong tables so there could be two matches going on at once. The first time I played ping pong on the boat was with my dad. He taught me how to play the game and it came ...
... traditional medieval banquet and you could take a stroll through parts of the castle and its grounds.
Another point of interest, most of the castle was made of rocks and limestone. You see many areas made of limestone in Estonia. Comparing it to granite it is not as solid or strong but is much more durable.
Estonia is well worth a visit, and although they are not greatly social by nature we did cross some that were social and had a great sense of humour.
... political church when built. Another service was underway today when we entered. There is an issue if taped music breaks the rules against only singing voices in a Russian Orthodox church; stay tuned for further developments.
The Dome Church was viewed from the outside. Sten told the story of a dissolute fellow who at life's end wanted to be buried just outside the church. He said it was so people could trample on him for his wicked ways but another ...