Old Town, Tallinn Estonia
Strolling around the colourful old town, the air was crispy and cold. We took the boat over to Tallinn in the morning and spent the day in the historic old town. I’m wearing a leather jacket, which was a bit too cold, but at least I had the warm fur on top to warm me up. I love how the wind makes the fur come alive as it dances with every movement. A splash of petrol blue adds a dash of excitement to the look on this grey day. My outfit is easy-going and comfortable that I wore from day to evening and relaxed enough for strolling around the cobbled streets of Tallinn.
Unfortunately we did not make it for lunch to restaurant Leib, it had just closed on us and it only opened at 18.00 the next time, so it was too late for us as we had to be back on the boat by then. What a shame! If you are looking for a great place for lunch or dinner, I would suggest this restaurant. It is hidden in a garden, yet to be discovered by tourists and is popular amongst the locals. During the summer time, you can sit in their lovely garden underneath old trees, vine leaves and lanterns on rustic wooden tables. The atmosphere is very charming and the food is modern and simple, a great place all in all!
Restaurant tip for Tallin: Leib, find more information here. It is located in the old town on Uus street 31, Tallinn 10111.