While I was shooting my University I learnt from a Erasmus friend that she had free time for her last day in Estonia. We went to Pirita for the afternoon as it was very warm and we did not enjoy it a lot in May.
Fresh air in the convent
Rekà did not visit the convent’s ruins during her semester, so going to Pirita was a good occasion to have a look at it. I noticed that during summer the entrance cost 2 euros (while it might be free in winter).
The convent in summer is very nice to visit, it has actually many rooms and corridors, I haven’t paid attention before. We found a underground room, probably the wine cell. There temperature dropped a lot! We were almost cold. That has a better effect than any ice cream! 🙂
Warm beers at the beach
Back from the nicest ruins of Tallinn, we tried to find fresh beverages in the nearest shop but we were unsuccessful. The beer fridge was not working properly… Anyway we bought!
Sitting on the hot sand, we talked, we observed people around and we … went to the sea to soak our feet 🙂
A pancake and a panorama
When we came back in the old town we passed by Raekoja plats which was not yet invaded by tourists and entered the Kompresor for tasty pancakes.
Our tour finished with a walk to the upper town, Toompea, where we discovered the Hungarian Institute 🙂 Not far from it is the best sightseeing location of the town, offering a view on the roof at a decreasing light.