The morning was quite snowy and there was wet snow falling from the sky when we went for the breakfast and it really looked like there would be nothing to do (unless you of course like snow in March, which we don’t) and we decided to stay indoors for a bit longer.
And a while later, lo and behold! The Sun came out and so did we!
As we have been to Tallinn several times, and used to live nearby as well, we decided not the play the tourists, but to check out the newly revamped harbour area which as been turned from a derelict area into something open, light, and airy! Tallinn is really giving itself a facelift!
There is still plenty of construction going on in the area and I bet that the apartments that they are building are going to cost a lot to buy when they’re finished.
And in the evening, when the sun goes down, an office building is transformed into an art installation commemorating Estonia’s 100th birthday year (which was actually 2018, but the installation is marvellous and long so it would be a shame if they discarded it).