Originally posted from: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LostAtEMinor/~3/MmMU22XsqQc/
Estonia’s capital, Tallinn, is one of Europe’s finest cities, well-known for its medieval architecture and cobblestone streets.
During WWII, Russian troops invaded and declared the nation a Soviet state. While the country reestablished its independence back in 1991, Estonia still has a number of cafes that date back to the Cold War era.
One in particular is Energia Cafe.
At this establishment, you’ll get true Soviet-era service without a smile.
Tallinn local Mart describes the cafe like so: ‘The bartender might pick his nose while serving you. It’s pretty 1979. We’re sure that people who are looking for an exotic experience won’t be disappointed, but bear in mind that just because this is a “Soviet …