Tallin, Estonia

Our second to last stop on this amazing vacation was Tallinn, Estonia. Freed from the Soviets in 1991, Estonia is one of the 3 Baltic nations (who can name the other 2 for $500?).

We spent most of the day walking around the “old town”, which dates back to the 13th century. It felt like you were in one of those medieval festivals that are always coming to your town.

There was a parade going on the day we were there that was really cool….below and above you can see some of the highlights from it! (Jeremy was not in the parade).

We were lucky to find seats at a cafe in a square by the stage that the parade participants were now performing on. We had a couple beers and a pizza. It was surprisingly good for Estonian pizza!

This swing was in a shop where we bought the cutest sheep made of real sheep fur! I guess that would be wool. We named him Baaaaaarry. On to Stockholm!

2 Comments For This Post I'd Love to Hear Yours!

  1. robbie says:

    latvian and lithuanian. i would like the 500 in 20 dollar bills (us currency please)

  2. ricky says:

    lol baaaaaaaaaaaarry – thats something christine would come up with

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