Savoy Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
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... 1 Euro to get in. There are galleries along both side walls, one of which you can access to get a bird’s eye view of the structure. Presumably this is where the rich and powerful sat during Sunday services, and maybe do today as this is still a working church. The pulpit is very elaborate and decorated with painted carvings of Jesus and various saints.
Next I visited St Nicholas' Church which is actually not a church now, but a museum so you have ...
... redone the interior to Scandanavian modern But inow the adventure! We are on a small boat with Natalia's friends and others. About 30 people going to an island to celebrate middummer Estonian style. The island is Naissaar Island which means "women's island. It's said to originate from a legend of a woman who was thrown off a ship and landed here. Either that or the daughter of a Danish king who ...
... able to snag a seat right at the front of the ferry. Huge windows that look out to sea. Below the windows is a performance stage, then banked seats with tables. All very impressive but RSL clubbish. The best they had for breakfast was a cinnamon roll and cappuccino; we weren’t going to go to the bistro. The crossing was uneventful just slow, two hours drags out and one gets tired of looking at water. Once we disembarked (after another long walk from boat to terminal) we ...
... Leslie and I continued to wait. Finally, Leslie's bag showed up, but mine did not emerge from the bowels of the airport. We took what bags we had and exited to meet our Embassy driver. We told him of the missing bags. He went with us to the baggage counter to file a claim for the missing bags.
We left the warm confines of the terminal and braced against our first bout of winter in several years. It was very cold for two people that ...
... next morning we wrapped up warm ready to brave the chilliness outside once again. WI thought we must be crazy as we set out to do the 2-3 hour walking tour. By the end of it the only thing which was keeping me going was the idea of hot chocolate with marshmallows which we'd been saving back at the hostel! Apparently these tours run all through the winter though, with some taking place in temperatures of -18C. Our guide once again started the tour by filling us in on the history ...