And so my account of our trip draws to a close. We were incredibly happy with the vacation– discovering together a new city that has so much to offer and such a wonderful atmosphere, trying as many new things as possible, fully appreciating all the things we can’t get back in Tallinn. We returned home exhausted and broke but satisfied.
Here’s a few finals photos from the trip:
Dry cider in the Salisbury pub
I loved being able to get dry cider on tap everywhere– it’s so refreshing. Sorry I haven’t written about the different ciders and beers we tried while in England and Ireland– I didn’t take enough notes and I’m terrible at describing beer anyway.
Another fantastic Indian meal, all vegetarian
Very Berry Mocha Frappuccino, sans whip
Most days I just got a skinny latte from Starbucks, but one day I decided to try their special summer offering, the Very Berry Mocha Frappuccino. I didn’t love it; it had this fake berry flavoring that reminded me of the dried cherry pieces in the dark chocolate and cherry Kalev bar. It just didn’t appeal to me, and it didn’t suit the mocha coffee beverage. Oh well.
Fish and chips at the Golden Hind
The Golden Hind is supposed to be one of the best fish and chips places in the city. It was good, but I’m not enough of an expert to evaluate whether it’s among the best. The fish fillet was huge and the batter clung to it closely, no big crispy voids. The staff was very friendly and courteous, even when the tiny restaurant was swamped.
Me, taking the frappuccino picture you see above