Barons Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
TravelPod Member ReviewsBarons Boutique Hotel Tallinn
Nice and quiet with clean rooms and hot showers. Extremely kind and helpful receptionist
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... talent show prior to X Factor etc. Well Bernie was a winner and it’s a shame he never made the big time. he is a great entertainer, so funny and talented musician. It was a trip to the casino afterwards but came away no better or worse off so saving chips for another night.
Clocks go back tonight, brilliant an extra hour in bed!!!! Stockholm tomorrow. Looking forward to this and then we get a sea day (yeah). It’s all go this cruising lark.
... in Estonia. For a handmade craft, it was surprising inexpensive at only 7€.
We noticed bicycle cabs in the plaza. Leslie stopped one of the boys, Maxim, and asked him to take Lorraine and Arlene for a ride. We sat at a street side café to wait for them to return. Shortly after they left, the heavens opened up. The ride lasted about 20 minutes. When they returned, they joined us at the ...
... sweet liquorice strips and meet Roger to do the tour. Our guide is very funny, red hair, black glasses, young with a great sense of depreciating humour she was excellent. She gave a short history; Invaded, not, invaded,not etc...independence finally in1992 and now is the longest Estonia has ever been continuously independent. She told the story of the human chain formed from Vilnius to Tallin through Riga by people in a peaceful protest, the longest human chain in the ...
We have taken the Tallinn Town and Country tour and left the ship at 10am to join our guide Kaja who turned out to be friendly and informative.
A native Estonian, her dislike of the Russians was on display all day in subtle and no so subtle comments, Most of it was in good humour but there were definite sharply honed barbs at the time when the USSR occupied their country. Kaja was at least in her mid 50s so she remembers the ...
... walk last night), I made my way to the Great Guild Hall which houses the Estonian History Museum. A small, but interesting museum with displays spanning the entirety of Estonian History. This is a land that has been fought over for centuries by foreign powers. Out of the past 800 years, Estonians have only known 40 years of independence. First came the Danes under King Valdemar II, who conquered Toompea (the original Estonian settlement on the site of Tallinn), then ...