Savoy Boutique Hotel
Travel Blogs from Tallinn
... of churches of all faiths is quite surprising as Estonia is classified as one of the least religious places in the world but they illustrate the presence of the various ruling powers.
Walking the streets was far more pleasant than yesterday as the skies were clear although the wind was sharp & it only reached about 15 C. Ethel pointed out her old school in the city & the various guild halls & explained how things have changed since the Russian occupation. The ...
... in archways, and given the masses of pubs and restaurants (every 30 yards on some streets), not too many broken bottles. Maybe European drunks are better behaved than the Australian variety.
You might wonder why the title includes Toledo? There are some strong similarities between the two towns, though the city walls around Toledo are better preserved, but the interiors are similar with their lovely cobbled streets and too many ...
We arrived in Estonia. We slept and ate at my uncle's house. My uncle's name is Aare which means "treasure" in estonian. Then we visited my grandmother and great grandmother. We went for a walk to the lake with my auntie and little cousin Sanete. On the way there we spotted little baby frogs jumping all over the path. We collected few and ...
... bus stop designated on the slip of paper we were given at the camping. We walked a couple of hundred metres into the old town and like magic, the transformation from former Soviet republic to fairy tale medieval city was complete. Of course it was all done for the tourists, including us, but I am at a loss to see why Moscow left this bit of town alone, so that come independence, there was a medieval town still there to tart up and touristify. We wandered around a ...
... trying to pronounce the vowels! There are 14 different cases in Estonian and it is considered to be an incredibly difficult language to learn (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estonian_ grammar). We also heard various stories from the fantastical - the Don Juan of Estonia being buried face up in St Mary’s church after he died of Syphilis so he could still stare up women’s dresses - to the modern – Estonians fully embraced the internet in its infancy ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet