Well, sometimes there's a need to sell a house when there's not even a hole in the ground. Architects make renders for that purpose. But if you like to give the feeling of how it is to walk the streets of that neighborhood, jog in the forest or do sunset yoga on the beach, then photography can help you out.Read More
Tallinn TV Tower restaurant is an exciting experience. You can almost see to Finland's capital Helsinki from the tower or then again be wrapped in thick fog and clouds and feel completely cut off from everything, but enjoy yourself either way.
The menu is controversial as well. It's based on high quality produce, dishes are masterfully prepared, but sometimes with a twist. An assortment of savory ice cream served with salad is a good example. You might love it or consider it interesting, but you'll certainly remember having it.
It's a story of transformation in 8 frames and in 3 minutes 30 seconds. I was waiting for a wedding ceremony to start at Tallinn Town Hall when I saw what was happening in front of the building. There was this guy making soap bubbles, speaking Italian and smiling. He took me to travel in time and space. For a short while I felt like I was in Italy. Everybody looked so happy around me chasing bubbles. The moment was fragile like a soap bubble - now it's here and now it's gone! Still makes me smile.
Telliskivi Loomelinnaku õu oli eile head lõhna, särisevaid panne ja uudishimulikke inimesi paksult täis. Kõrvuti endale juba nime teinud rahvusrestoranidega leidus selliseidki, kelle tähelend alles alguses. Esimene laine külastajaid tundus eelistavat klassikalist burgerit, mida pakuti eri variatsioonides kõige arvukamates kioskites, kuid sellest hoolimata said need festivalialalt esimesena otsa. Järgmisena hävitati kõik muu, mis saia vahele käis: burritod, tacod, falafael, döner jne. Seejärel kõik pannil ja vardas särisev: kanasüdamed, kana-teryakivardad, currywurst ja lõpuks pisteti nahka ka riisi-, nuudli- ja taimetoidud ning jäätis ja magusroad takkapihta. Paar tundi enne sulgemist jäi küll mulje, et kõik kauplejad võisid päevaga rahule jääda. * * *
Telliskivi Creative City (Telliskivi Loomelinnak) was filled with sizzling grills and food trucks yesterday as the Tallinn Street Food Festival took place. It was the first ever street food festival in the Baltics with more than 40 vendors. It seemed like the burger classic was the most common bite on the site, but hungry crowd finished it in no time. A few hours before the end of day there was nothing much left. Must have been a successful day!