Savoy Boutique Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... at Hellemann Tower and climbed up the old, crooked stone steps holding on tightly to the rope banisters. The Tower was built in the late 1300s. The ground floor was used as a prison and was transformed into an ammunitions storage in the 15th century, There's an excellent view over the entire city from the top floor of ...
... 1952). Next is the Rock Church, looks nothing from the outside but is a church hewn out of the rock with a copper roof and a circle of opaque windows. It is light airy and has a great atmosphere. Back on the bus for our last stop Tuomiokirkko, an impressive white Lutheran cathedral on Senate Square and a walk down to the market square on the dock. A drive around the port to our hotel. No group dinner so we head into town ...
... Upper Town. In medieval times the soldiers could peep into homes in the Lower Town from this tower.
After visiting the Upper Town, we walked over to the Tallinn train station (apparently most Estonians prefer to travel by bus and they have to upgrade the track system from the Soviet gauge to the European gauge), the Balti Station Market (veggies, antiques, hand-crafts, and old Soviet items), and the Kalamaja neighborhood. Kalamaja ...
... in bogs are the same as those on the tundra? (I do remember the mosses, lichens and small bushes in Siberia a few years ago.) We also went to see a derelict Soviet installation where they used to demagnetize submarines so they wouldn't be detected by radar. Eerie.
On the other day tour, there were eight of us. We strolled a beach of fine white sand, viewed the limestone cliffs along the stretch of coastline called the Baltic Clint ...
... clock is a funny thing. I guess this chain of events started last night when I had a Spanish Coffee after dinner. I don’t drink coffee so why would I order a Spanish (likely because it was free) – then there was the Motown Margarita’s, the dancing and the light coming through the sliding glass doors all night – even with the curtains drawn. I resorted to the sleep mask at about 3:30 p.m. but I didn’t sleep a wink - all I could ...