Savoy Boutique Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... castle walls and gates. Our tour ended at the main square and our guide left us on our own. We headed to a burger and ribs place in the sun on the square and dined on burgers and ribs and watched the passing parade of tourists. Lovely, we needed a rest. As the old town hall was adjacent and there was a tower to climb John headed off, why he would climb a 500 year old tower with his sunglasses on nobody knows, certainly he didn't. Climbing the tower in semi darkness without your ...
... we saw that it snowed overnight. From the apartment, it appeared that three or four inches had fallen. Regardless of the snow, we set out for the Russian Orthodox St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral. A church we had a good view of from our bedroom window. On our way, we saw a bust of Johan Pitka in a small park. I have no idea who he may have been, but the sculpture definitely had an Eastern European look to it.
Nearing the church, we saw dozens ...
... 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 ...
... We looked at each other and decided to find another campsite. And guess what? No other sites open at this time of the year in the capital. So we decide to give the capital a miss (and really it was terribly run down and neglected in our opinion – however that could be because we had just come from Sweden and Finland). We had wanted to visit the KGB museum but couldn’t even find a safe parking ...
... by a small, but unmistakably Russian building. Built originally for Tsarina Catherine I (Peter the Great’s wife and later Empress), it now houses an art gallery. Being inside the palace made me feel like I was back in Russia again. After taking in the art works, I made my way past the palace to another museum, located in a small house once lived in by Peter the Great. It was very typically Peter's style: unassuming and not grand at all. As well as ...