Savoy Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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My first breakfast on Monday morning was a good one and
offered all I need. After 3 days of eating scrambled eggs for the sake of protein intake, I got sick of it so I resumed my habitual travel diet of fruits, granola, croissant, cheese and
coffee. I finished just ...
... favorite treat marzipan. Raekoja square is famous for another historic fact: this is where the first ever Christmas tree stood in 1441.
For a true medieval feel, we followed the route of old city walls and 26 watch towers. At several points along the wall you can climb to the top of the parapets or walk along the top of the wall. Also among the must-see-sights in Tallinn Old Town are their churches – although not grand enough ...
... where our chosen B&B was located and all was well until we found the Wi-Fi connection was not good so we moved rooms. However, there weren't cooking facilities in the new room.
Can't have things go too smoothly!
As a result we set out to walk to a Pub the B&B owner told us about and were pleasantly surprised. Estonia dosn't have the scenic attracion of the likes of Norway but it does have very cozy drinking/eating ...
... and raining so we followed lunch with tequila hot chocolates at their favourite cafe in a little courtyard which was cozy. We spent the afternoon wandering the Old Town while everyone headed to work. That evening we did as the Estonians do and drank vodka, eating pickles after each shot. We ate pureed potatoes and fermented cabbage for dinner. The vodka was our favourite part, the cabbage not so much! Thursday we were lucky to have Sacha with us until about 4pm when ...
... mercenaries, what can you say.
In the last 1,000 years the Estonians have been done over by the Danes, the Germans, the Swedes, the Russians, the GFC.
After the second worst Italian meal of all time we have returned to the warmth of the hotel for laundry and chocolate.
Tomorrow is May Day and a public holiday but the views aren't shut and we are hoping for some local sights.