Von Stackelberg Hotel Tallinn
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... town for work, she has left a gift for us and a map with a list of the sites we shouldn’t miss at one of the lovely old hotels in the town. So we head there first to collect it and follow her advice.
Tallinn is a very pretty medieval town with cobblestone streets and lovely flower boxes on all the buildings. For 51 years Estonia was under Soviet rule and very much subject to Big Brother but gained independence in ...
... around. Its a really nice and fairly compact town, still in good condition considering how old some parts of the old city are. Some parts date back to 1200AD.
By late afternoon its come up cloudy and cools off a bit, so i call it quits and walk back home.
Another great day walking the streets of Tallinn to see the Palace. The forecast is for a cloudy wet day, but its sunny. The weather forecasters do get ...
... the chimney into the kitchen of local people. Guys, did you know that Danish flag actually originated in Estonia? Well, according to the legend Danes ruler Valdemar's forces were losing their battle with the Estonians when suddenly the skies opened and a red flag with a white cross floated down from the heavens into a garden area located in the Toompea Hills. Taking this as a holy sign, the Danes were spurred on to victory. Their victory brought along the reign of Danish King ...
Having finished the extra long walking tour I had to rush lunch and get to the museums. First was the museum of occupation for 5 Euros ($6.50)
Next back to the Peep in the Kitchen Tower. ...
... large in diameter. On the side of the building, I saw a religious painting surrounded by the masonry of the building. Something one would just not see in the United States on a public building. I saw a nativity scene on the side of the building too, but that was much less surprising. Lastly, there was an attractive young woman sitting on the steps with a friend, just strumming a guitar. I thought that made a nice photo.
The cityscape ...