The Lower Town of Tallinn is still surrounded by much of its original wall that protected the city in medieval times.
Quiet, cobblestoned back alleys. Well, quiet for now, it's only 10:00 am. By noon, it`ll be wall to wall tourists!
In Tallinn, the market was along the old city wall.
The Alexander Nevsky Cathedral from near the city wall.
Garlic bread and Estonian beer in the town square. Behind Debbie on the left, a military band was playing.
The busy Oslo harbour. The large brown building is the city hall.
The Nobel Peace Center, in what used to be an old railway station.
The Royal Palace in Oslo.
The highlight of Oslo was Vigeland Park, featuring 192 sculptures of 600 full size figures of people at all stages of life. It was obviously very popular with the locals too.