Savoy Boutique Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... The ship was large but far from crowded on this 80 km, two hour trek to Tallin. The area I settled in looked like a large tiered nightclub complete with stage at the front. Above the stage was the front window of the ship and, when light, we could watch our progress. I sprawled out in one of the lounge sofas and managed to sleep for almost an hour. When I awoke I saw that the sun had risen and the lights and shoreline of ...
... interest in an independent Estonia. When the Nazis were defeated, Estonia had to endure another 50 years of Soviet rule before they were able to claim independence from the ailing USSR in a peaceful revolution driven by singing.
After the history museum, I stopped off quickly at the Holy Spirit church before taking in the museum in the Town Hall, a building that dates back to 1404. As well as displays on the history of the town as well as the halls where the ...
Today we visited Tallin, Capital of Estonia. Some facts on Estonia are population is 1.3 million. The area is same size as Netherlands. During winder there is only about 3 full hours of daylight and most days are overcast.
During summer, daylight can last from 3.30am up to midnight. Historically, over the period of 800 years there has been Danish, German, Swedish, Polish and Russian occupation of this country. As a result, Estonia has influence in language, ...
Tallinn is the capital city of Estonia, a country that has been a republic since 1991 when it won's it's freedom from Soviet occupation. Today the new parts of the city surrounding the Old Town look as modern and successful as Stockholm with highrises, luxury cars, and prosperity. But the real treat was to see the medieval city that is still in action since 2000 years BC!! Estonia has ...
... annoying traffic lights when the roadworks reduce a two lane road down to one, it was all smooth sailing. In Tartu, my first stop was the Toy Museum. Which is only open Wed through Saturday, and it was Tuesday of course. A nearby pub had a smoked chicken sandwich on offer for a few Euro, so I had lunch instead. The sandwich bread was a dark rye, the chicken was super smokey flavoured, and it was served with a tomato and cabbage which was kind of odd, but it was fine really. ...