We went to Tallinn with both our dogs. Before we have traveled with just one. First we had no second dog, then we were afraid that we couldn’t manage them both. But it turned out that the teapot like dachshund didn’t add much difficulty and every possible problem was concentrated in the saluki who thinks that if she’s on vacation she needs to go sightseeing. So Dessi was sleeping in a hotel room and Tsiri was walking with us around the city, drank water in cafés and slept on our laps.
Preparing for the trip. Dessi, as always, was afraid that we’d forgot her at home, so she took a strategic position: on ironed
Waiting for the taxi.
The saluki after a long flight, the dachshund was fine as usual.
Local friends took us to a waterfall and showed us a piece of the sea.
Dessi at a waterfall.
Freezing and getting wet at the show.
Walking around the city.
Old town from the viewpoint is very beautiful. We even caught some morning fog, though it was nine.
Eating and drinking coffee. Tsiri was always with us.
The city is gorgeous.
But coffee was terrible almost everywhere.
A dog run with a view on the castle near our hotel.
By bus you can reach a dog beach. We went there three times.
Tsiri fell in love with the beach from the first sniff. She was running like crazy and was jumping in the water to catch a ball.
But the dachshund was suspicious about the sea and was walking grumpily along the shore.
We met a whippet on the beach.
And Dessi’s sister Delia who lives in Tallinn with a bunch of other dachshunds.
A stoned seagull that we met at the sea shore.
Seems she was glued to the parapet. We photographed her for ten minutes but she didn’t leave, she just bulged her eyes even more.
And a couple more photos.