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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... the Finns boarding with little trolleys loaded with six slabs of beer or cider, and all kinds of stuff in those backpacks and rolly bags! On the ferry we grabbed a nice big semi circular seat with table and settled in; damn the phones have run out of power! Vicki had a snooze, time laboured by. We tried to name all the states of the USA to pass the time, made 45 that was OK. Eventually we made Helsinki and headed to the tram stop to catch the 6T that would go past our hotel. After ...
... Russia/Sweden/therestoft heworld.
After Liine was done explaining where to find proper medieval food like boiled stag and minced wild boar, we asked her about the vegetarian options. We ended up in Aed, which serves really nice organic (and mostly vegan) food in disappointingly small portions.
Somehow, lunch pretty smoothly flowed into dinner at a cosy Georgian tavern (jāāāāā! ...
... that if the owner is ever in an accident their records and blood type can immediatly be consulted.The tour ended in the Old town square in front of the town hall which is the only intact Gothic town hall in Northern Europe. Our guide also pointed out the oldest continuously working pharmacy in Europe located in the square which, as well as selling modern medicines, also has medieval remedies including one meant to fix a broken heart! We were so cold by the end of the tour that we ...
of torture instruments, interesting, a bit scary as well. I then got some souvenirs, walked around and then walked to the occupation museum. This museum told the story of the Nazi invasion and then the soviet invasion and occupation. I then walked around left the museum and explored the lower town some more. I walked to the pick up stop – at the hotel and meet up with the taxi driver who would take me back to the port. While waiting for the ferry to ...
... sat up. As he paused at the door to look around and see if there was something else he needed he caught sight of Cat who put her finger to her lips probably with a slightly mad look in her eyes. He looked a little startled and promptly shut the door behind him! Today we had a lot of walking planned, first to the Rotterdam Quarter where we were hoping to find a craft market at which we wanted to find some souvenirs. Unfortunately the market was no where to be found. ...