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... though sadly no lobio because of a nut shortage). Where does the time go in Estonia? We just managed to buy some old Soviet postcards before closing time, and didn't even get to go ice skating in the ugly 30-million euro park!
On Sunday morning, before taking the bus to Tartu, we took a squeaky tram to Kadriorg palace, Peter the Great's "little" vacation home on the Baltic Sea. As expected, Peter's ...
Today is New Year's Eve here....( most of you have already had it and may be nursing a sore head by now)! This morning we were able to Skype respect parents which was great to catch up. I headed out to the local bakery to buy baked goods for today and tomorrow (as most things are closed) I spent 10 euro and came home with a huge amount of pastries and breads...the price of things in Tallinn are much cheaper than Finland.. We headed out for. Bit ...
... do in Old Town while it's below freezing and you're dressed for 50 degrees. First suggestion, the Tallinn city museum! Apparently even the tourist center thought they were supposed to be open? What is with this Monday thing!? After that, it was suggested to use to check out the Estonian history museum and several churches. We were, needless to say, skeptical but we tried nevertheless. At this point, Blum suggested that he wouldn't mind just spending the day by a nice fire with a ...
... city tour by car and on foot (approximately 2.5 hours)
- Three-course lunch
- Booking fee charge
- Tips and gratuities
- Personal expenses
- Optional activity costs
- Transfers in ...
... lower town. As it is Sunday, the streets are crowded and the cafes are full, with locals as well as tourists. There are some interesting buildings, among them a Blackhead's House, very decorative, a cow with a lucky nose and a house where Peter The Great (supposedly) stayed when he visited Tallinn. Also (supposedly) he was too warm in the house and ordered his host to plant a linden tree for shade; the tree is still there. The town looks medieval and the local ...