Savoy Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... about to give way (each time we used it Anne refused to stand in the middle for fear it would cave in!). Anyway, as it happens it was in a very convenient area, with a small Spar supermarket directly below us from which we stocked up with a few provisions each day. It was also not far from Nevsky Prospect, the main St Petersburg thoroughfare, a great street for restaurants, cafes, and shops, and the fact that many places of note, historically and architecturally, are on it or not far from ...
... but it wasn't the right weather for discovery so I took what pictures I could and continued on to Restoran V.
This is HOTEL VIRU. In Soviet times, it was rumored that the KGB had files on everyone and that they operated in Viru hotel. The latter rumor turned out to be true ...
... called greatest moment in the bar's history was when the band members came for drinks one night. Totally random, so of course we had to grab a drink there before we left Tallinn.
So ultimately, for a day where we had nothing much planned, we ended up doing and seeing quite a lot. Sometimes the best moments in travel are the random unexpected ones. And I've discovered that Tallinn is a great place if you're a fan of the random and the unexpected.
... is a third of the size of the country. Tallinn has 400,000 residents. The people are happy. At the end of our walking tour, two young women performed madrigal selections. We didn't return until 1:30 PM and after changing out of our soaked clothes, we had a light lunch and then a nap. In the evening we had dinner at Compass Rose, which was very good. Fish and lamb, our favorites. Then a nightcap in the Horizon ...
... cafe however gave very tiny portions which we didn't fancy much! We decided to continue with our walk and just keep our eyes peeled. After a pleasant walk through the rest of the park we reached the Tallinn Song Festival Arena. It was very different to the one in Tartu; for a start it is standing only for the audience rather than the amphitheatre benches. It is also much larger with a stage capacity of 15,000 and the audience up to 85,000. During the song festival ...