Across the Baltic Sea

To possibly one of my favorite places ever, Tallinn, Estonia!

Look at that lovely view from the ferry! I was surprised how fast we moved actually, and the trip only took two hours.

After dumping our bags, we ventured out to see the city in the rain.

Checked out the longest section of the old walls built mid to late 1300s. 

A quick bite to eat: soup, herring plate, and beetroot risotto with goat cheese.

It had just stopped raining so we decided to go up to the top of St Olaf’s.

According to Wikipedia: believed to have been built in the 12th century before Denmark conquered Tallinn in 1219.

After, we walked through the old town and went to Porgu.

A view of Viru gate while we enjoyed the only sunshine of the day.

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