We landed in Tallinn and took a bus tour to see the sights. These included the old town, a few Russian orthodox churches, a few palaces and a art gallery. We spent most of the day ashore. This was going to be my first long day, with walking and no opportunities for resting. That morning, I was full of fear, what if I was unwell while ashore! What if! Panic set in, just thinking about the walking involved in sightseeing. However, it was very tiring the day. But I managed to get through it. Don’t ask me how, I just dug deep, I guess. On returning to the ship, I was tired, but I had pushed myself further then ever before since getting my diagnosis. The possibilities of further travel started to enter my head, like never before.
The Kumu Art Museum of Estonia was a very interesting place. The museum contained both Estonian and Russian artists work. The BUST Room was like nothing I had ever seen before with the method of displaying all of the works. This museum would be worth a further visit, If I ever get the chance in the future. The architecture of the building was amazing, and it was designed by a Finnish architect, that won some architectural awards for the buildings concept once finished.
Next stop, St Peterburgh – Russia