Barons Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBarons Boutique Hotel Tallinn
Nice and quiet with clean rooms and hot showers. Extremely kind and helpful receptionist
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... championships are being held here this week and, as luck would have it, we found out that the Great Britain team were playing today- too good to miss. So we joined an enthusiastic crowd of Brit parents in supporting their boys. Apparently we are the lucky mascots as the team went on to beat Croatia 7-3. They have to beat Holland tomorrow to get the bronze medal. Tallinn likes to think marzipan was developed here first and was apparently originally made for ...
... we caught the tram from near our apartment to the ferry terminal....Elissa decided that it would be fun to lick the metal rail at the tram stop....unfortunately with the temperature at -15 degrees it did not end well...! She was stuck to the rail as the tram was coming so I panicked and pulled her off....her tongue is a bit worse for wear now...!
We arrived in Tallinn at 12:30 and it is a beautiful city....the old town is up on the ...
We finally arrived in a dark and chilly Tallinn at about 7am. After making our way to the hostel we immediately went to bed and didn't wake up again til 1pm! After breakfast we headed out for a lazy walk along the sea front where the sea was a lot more like Tom wanted! It was a blowy day and the sea was choppy and hitting the walls of the port. The only downside was it wasn't the most picturesque walk ever as we were waking through the port area and other industrial sites! We ...
... bit was the basement where statues of the former heads of state were hiding. There were suitcases made of concrete made by a local artist. Pieter remembers seeing these on one of Michael Palin's travel shows. It cost €5. We were hungry so at the top of Toompea hill Pieter spotted the theatre playhouse cafe. It was lovely inside with lots of theatre props and bright crockery. Raewyn had herring with potato and vegetables and Pieter had beetroot ravioli. We were ...
... heater, blankets and prosecco. Once the heavens cleared we moved on from Old Town and into a shopping arcade for some retail therapy... I just know I can find some more room in my pack somewhere.... Sam??? Resolution: just buy a new handbag. Result. Walking back into Old Town we stopped off at a lovely little french bakery for coffee and cake before heading back to the ferry terminal and two hours later ...