Where to start? These passages are such a part of Tallinn's social history, I was looking forward to it and was left very disappointed.
The intro film that was played to us before the explore into the tunnels was witty and informative so it felt like we were in for a treat. WRONG. Our guide was very curt and spoke English - but only so I could catch one in every 10 words. I appreciate my Estonian is not as good as his English but it was so frustrating,
We along with the other English speakers (mostly Brits) were rushed through the tunnels - my goodness he made it so boring. There were exhibits in the tunnels to represent each era but these were barely remarked upon. He was very cold in temperament so when he said 'Any Questions?' I felt obliged to stay quiet as I don't think he actually wanted to answer queries.
Finally the 'futuretrain' concept fell flat on its face, one lady in our group said she felt very claustrophobic in it. I just felt stupid in it.
Had this museum have been in England I'd have been complaining more to the staff at the front desk but as I tourist I felt disempowered to make any kind of negative remark,
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