Unfortunately I didn’t have much time here but the area I was in, was very simple and quant. I was able to easily walk around and check out the sites. Saw the monuments, statues and even a few parks. Got out to the beach which would be a great swimming/sunbathing spot – if it wasn’t cold and rainy (apparently the area I was at “ladies beach” is where women can go topless). I had a fantastic traditional Estonia meal at Kadri Kohrik – had a berry juice, a yummy extremely flaky pastry & an open face sandwich, of course, with butter, thin sliced fish, hardboiled egg and tomato on dark bread. It was really excellent – especially for only 1.90€. I did notice lot’s of angry men – mostly yelling at no one or the oriental tourists. Nice town – great place to relax for awhile, too bad I couldn’t. I have to be in Poland in just a few days, to meet up with the relatives again.
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