Barons Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsBarons Boutique Hotel Tallinn
Nice and quiet with clean rooms and hot showers. Extremely kind and helpful receptionist
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Distance from Stockholm to Tallinn = 168 nautical miles
Total distance travelled = 638 nautical miles
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Today's German comedy word: Kuntz A popular German surname as remodelled by Baddiel and Skinner’s remix of the 'Three Lions’ video. Comedy effect is normally added when the male of the family is given the name Ernst. In formal circles, the German race prefer to use only their first name initial so Mr Ernst Kuntz or to give ...
On Monday afternoon we got the ferry from Helsinki to Tallinn in Estonia. Just a short two hour ride this time. We sat for most of the time in the bar at the back of the boat with lovely big panorama windows.
Our first job was to find a Mercedes dealer and book Tilly in for a service. Then find somewhere to stay for the night. We found a car park behind the Hotel Euroopa with a view of the harbour for just two euro ...
... Frozen theme by rugging up, it's cold up on deck.
After enjoying a few too many cocktails the other night Gab struck an unflattering pose in a group photo. As a sign of solidarity, the broader group all got together after dinner to strike the same pose - but Gab ran away. The party had fantastic special effects and was so windy and cold it got everyone dancing in the hope of warming up, it couldn't have a better title - Freezing the Night ...
... said they were chasing a deer who ran and jumped off a cliff. The King felt this was such a beautiful act that they built a settlement here. However locals dismiss this as nonsense.
... plays cruel tricks. It almost makes me want to believe in him. On our last day the adoptive father had an itinerary planned unbeknown to us. We had the pleasure of visiting the sights of Vilnius from cathedrals to water tanks, and a closed university. I'm not sure as he didn't speak anything in English which was a theme for the majority of the trip but I think we met a priest, he may have been a coping mechanism or a figment of my imagination though, we saw him ...