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Old 06-19-2013, 11:23 AM   #42701
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Because Talinn doesn't have a syndrome named after it?
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Old 06-19-2013, 01:15 PM   #42702
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Because I loathe cruise ships with a passion - and going to Stockholm is basically a 24 hour booze cruise, so we decided we're not interested in it at the moment. The plane tickets for tomorrow were too expensive. Probably should have started planning a midsummer trip a bit earlier than last night.

So instead we opted for Tallinn - only 2 hour ferry ride there, and it's dirt cheap. 98 euros for 2 people, including the ferry tickets both ways and a night in a three star hotel right next to the Old Town.

Besides the syndrome would be just a plus.
 

Old 06-19-2013, 05:31 PM   #42703
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Because I loathe cruise ships with a passion - and going to Stockholm is basically a 24 hour booze cruise, so we decided we're not interested in it at the moment. The plane tickets for tomorrow were too expensive. Probably should have started planning a midsummer trip a bit earlier than last night.

So instead we opted for Tallinn - only 2 hour ferry ride there, and it's dirt cheap. 98 euros for 2 people, including the ferry tickets both ways and a night in a three star hotel right next to the Old Town.

Besides the syndrome would be just a plus.
Olde Hansa?
 

Old 06-19-2013, 07:24 PM   #42704
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I am so at the

end

of

my

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Old 06-19-2013, 07:37 PM   #42705
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I am so at the

end

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my

rope.

Awww, I'm sorry! I think this is when it is best to tie a knot and just do your best to hang on.

 

Old 06-19-2013, 07:59 PM   #42706
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Old 06-20-2013, 09:07 PM   #42707
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Old 06-20-2013, 11:07 PM   #42708
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This will interest anyone that has a Fisher & Paykel washing machine. At the bottom of the article it tells you how to do it, and there are the US and Australian anthems on them too!

I haven't tried it on mine yet, but would be super cool if it works.
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Old 06-21-2013, 05:10 PM   #42709
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Ah, irony.

Our new boss is a born again Christian.

ETA: And I am editing a piece on his website that is all about him finding god and Jesus.
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Old 06-21-2013, 05:32 PM   #42710
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Ah, irony.

Our new boss is a born again Christian.

ETA: And I am editing a piece on his website that is all about him finding god and Jesus.
Seems like his time living in the middle of nowhere must have given him some mad compass skilz.
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Seems like his time living in the middle of nowhere must have given him some mad compass skilz.
Yes. Though, it did not endow him with literary prowess, I can assure you. Further reinforcing my atheism. If a god really did exist, he/she/it would strike the words "great" and "very" from the man's vocabulary.
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Yes. Though, it did not endow him with literary prowess, I can assure you. Further reinforcing my atheism. If a god really did exist, he/she/it would strike the words "great" and "very" from the man's vocabulary.
Verily, I say unto thee, it is a great sin in the eye of the Great Writer in the Sky to misuseth thy commonest words. Forsootheth, or somethingeth.
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Old 06-22-2013, 04:17 AM   #42713
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Olde Hansa?
No, I'm not a fan of it, actually. I've been there once and it's just too...theme-y for me. And I don't like to go anywhere that has people pestering tourists and passing out leaflets, which Olde Hansa unfortunately was now doing on a really big scale.

We ate at Cru. The food was really good and the courtyard outside was lovely. We had three courses with wine for only 75 euros.

We also went to Kohvik Moon, for a late lunch before our ferry took off, as it's one of my favorite places in Tallinn and conveniently close to the harbor. I was surprised to see so many tourists there because it is a bit off the beaten track and I only found out about it 3 years ago from a local friend. I was told that the restaurant is now featured on a map, so it gets a lot more tourists these days. The food is good, nevertheless, and it's always full of locals. Yesterday there was a lively and loud, happy, celebrating Russian speaking group there and we were lucky to get a table there! A lot of people got turned away that came after us.

All in all, it was a great trip.
 

Old 06-22-2013, 04:25 PM   #42714
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No, I'm not a fan of it, actually. I've been there once and it's just too...theme-y for me. And I don't like to go anywhere that has people pestering tourists and passing out leaflets, which Olde Hansa unfortunately was now doing on a really big scale.

We ate at Cru. The food was really good and the courtyard outside was lovely. We had three courses with wine for only 75 euros.

We also went to Kohvik Moon, for a late lunch before our ferry took off, as it's one of my favorite places in Tallinn and conveniently close to the harbor. I was surprised to see so many tourists there because it is a bit off the beaten track and I only found out about it 3 years ago from a local friend. I was told that the restaurant is now featured on a map, so it gets a lot more tourists these days. The food is good, nevertheless, and it's always full of locals. Yesterday there was a lively and loud, happy, celebrating Russian speaking group there and we were lucky to get a table there! A lot of people got turned away that came after us.

All in all, it was a great trip.
So jealous. I wish I lived somewhere that I didn't have to fly a billion hours to get to all the cool places in Europe.

But glad you had a good time, anyway!
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Old 06-22-2013, 04:38 PM   #42715
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Is it bad that when the judge spoke about this being our beginning, but that we would face trials and hardships that I thought about eight years, three job losses, two health scares, a baby and a cross country move and mentally laughed?
I can't help but think I should have given those words more weight than I did.
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Old 06-22-2013, 11:20 PM   #42716
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I love hot, languid summer nights more than anything else. I love them best at the beach, but even here in this place, they're still wonderful. God, I wish they could last forever.
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Old 06-23-2013, 12:21 AM   #42717
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Old 06-23-2013, 05:31 AM   #42718
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No, I'm not a fan of it, actually. I've been there once and it's just too...theme-y for me. And I don't like to go anywhere that has people pestering tourists and passing out leaflets, which Olde Hansa unfortunately was now doing on a really big scale.

We ate at Cru. The food was really good and the courtyard outside was lovely. We had three courses with wine for only 75 euros.

We also went to Kohvik Moon, for a late lunch before our ferry took off, as it's one of my favorite places in Tallinn and conveniently close to the harbor. I was surprised to see so many tourists there because it is a bit off the beaten track and I only found out about it 3 years ago from a local friend. I was told that the restaurant is now featured on a map, so it gets a lot more tourists these days. The food is good, nevertheless, and it's always full of locals. Yesterday there was a lively and loud, happy, celebrating Russian speaking group there and we were lucky to get a table there! A lot of people got turned away that came after us.

All in all, it was a great trip.
Seems like it's evolved into something really touristy. I suppose it's inevitable.

Sounds like a really nice trip though.
 

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Old 06-24-2013, 12:36 AM   #42721
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So jealous. I wish I lived somewhere that I didn't have to fly a billion hours to get to all the cool places in Europe.

But glad you had a good time, anyway!
You get to visit all kinds of cool places without having to fly for a billion hours, so I'm somewhat jealous, too! I'd love to visit the States, stay there for a couple of months and make a little compare and contrast tour around different parts of the massive country. Not possible at the moment, though.

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Seems like it's evolved into something really touristy. I suppose it's inevitable.

Sounds like a really nice trip though.
It's been years since I've been to Tallinn in summer, and in winter there are less tourists and thus less things aimed at tourists. But the situation in the city as a whole seems to have changed dramatically in the past 5-7 years. It isn't as bad as Prague, but not too far from it, either.

Places becoming touristy is inevitable, but it doesn't make it any less sad. I've lost a couple of cities to it already, not to mention the hordes of cafes and restaurants, both in Finland and elsewhere.
 

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We spent the weekend at the beach and had an AWESOME time. We spent yesterday crabbing (didn't get anything) and this morning clammiing (is that a word? - anyway, we did better), then we came home and cooked up our catch which just thrilled K to death. More importantly, the kids had a great time, the weather was gorgeous so they got to play in the water and I got tons of pictures, which makes me happy.
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Old 06-24-2013, 11:54 PM   #42724
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We spent the weekend at the beach and had an AWESOME time. We spent yesterday crabbing (didn't get anything) and this morning clammiing (is that a word? - anyway, we did better), then we came home and cooked up our catch which just thrilled K to death. More importantly, the kids had a great time, the weather was gorgeous so they got to play in the water and I got tons of pictures, which makes me happy.
Where did you go?
I've only been to the coast a couple times but it was fantastic each time. We are planning a trip when the monkey gets older and will stay a while then hubby will teach me to crab and dig clams.
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Old 06-24-2013, 11:58 PM   #42725
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