The last days I stayed in the capital of Estonia: Tallinn. Tallinn is not very big, but very beautiful and oh my, they know how to cook, bake and brew there. My husband came along this time and he told me the meals were to good and next time he wants less (I guess he will have to travel alone next time - I loved the meals). We did a lot of sightseeing, walking and eating. Five days we were together with a group to explore the e-Estonia. Estonia was one of the first countries where you can do nearly everything online (except things like marriage and divorce - you get the concept). Children learn at an early age how programming works and they have a network of echarger for cars all over Estonia.
As beautiful as Tallinn is you are not alone there - other tourists know how beautiful this town is, too - or want to know it. There are a lot of cruise ships each days and ferries from Helsinki. Meals and drinks are not cheap and it is good to reserve a seat when you want to go into a special restaurant.
Public transportation is easy - you can buy at each R-Kiosk a green card for 2,-€ and load it up with how much you want - three days free travel in Tallinn was 5,-€ , so really cheap compared with Germany.
I loved these old medival walls and towers - like from a fairytale.
Up from the Domberg the city looks like this:
After some days in bed with pain I went out today. Eight hours doing pottery. I painted one pice and made ten new ones. Still trying to get the hang of it. Love to play with my hands and am in a hate and love relationship with the last finish - the colours behave in a way I can not control - sometimes beautiful, sometimes not so.
Going slowly, not getting much done. Still a bit problems with my eyes ( had an emergency doc visit for it on thursday). Knobbles on my feet - told not cancerous tumours. And the feeling I will get knobbles on my hands soon, too - I see allready structures like it in my hands. Pain, shortness of breath, feeling like a 80 years old in body and a 19 years old in mind.
Did a bit of painting and sewing today, watched a bit netflix and surfed the net. Nothing to be much proud of. Checked to get a place for pottery on tuesday. Still my pottery looks like made by a 8 years old. Well, a nice group there and everything is about doing it more often so I get the go of it...