Rocca al Mare
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... and find it. You also have a computer in front of you, and I'm a tourist asking for help. Ugh!
At 3:30 I had a massage booked at a water park, but was able to use the sauna areas as well beforehand. I wen to Kalev and they told me to go downstairs to the wellness center. Well, that lady told me to pay and get a wristband upstairs. I went back upstairs and they looked at me like I was an idiot. I don't know if it was my previous ...
... get the tent out, to dry off, and the weather was good so found a very good campsite. Everything here is very reasonably priced, and the campsite was very very very new and clean.
There is an Estonian festival there in August, with traditional fare, and music, so if you have a holiday booked for Tallinn check it out.
I stayed in the Ecoland Spa Hotel, which was nice, but the campsite at Vainamiosa Caravanpark was much more my kind of ...
... and french squares with lovely painted burgher houses and a huge town hall. A couple of lasses are playing bagpipes and drums and horse and carriages line up for the tourists. Its atmosphere plus. Heading down into the town further through small cobbled streets with equally small shops with tiny windows, we see the Goodwin steak house and then the Katerina alleyway a tiny old walkway with a curved roof carved out of rock. Here is the oldest church and tombstones ...
... worked well for us since there was a lot we wanted to see. Modern Tallinn is an interesting dichotomy of rebuilt medieval old town and a new high-tech, sprawling city around it. It fits well with the Estonia people that are an interesting mix of Finnish, Danish, Polish and Russian due to the various occupations over the last 800 years. Old Town felt like stepping back in time with its high stone walls, imposing towers, and cobblestone streets. Get ...
... the situation. Instead of walking I took a taxi to the Museum of Occupations and of the Fight for Freedom. On my drive there, I realized that it's not located as far as I thought it was; however, I would've gotten lost and a 10-minute walk would've taken me much longer in this chilly, rainy weather. Nevertheless, I was happy I made it and ...