Savoy Boutique Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... oppressive regime for another, neither of which was likely to lead to the return of their independence when the war was over; to failing to secure the support of the Western democracies in the aftermath of WWII; to being completely enveloped into the USSR and to undergo a long period of ‘Russification’, deprivation, and hardship; to the final struggle toward true independence again, in 1991, with the dissolution of the USSR. We spent an hour here and then struck off ...
... itself, the city was surrounded with high thick walls, guard towers and gates. With almost one and a half miles of original city walls still standing, Tallinn has one of Europe's best preserved medieval fortifications.
This time, Darlene found us a hotel in Old Town that was a 14th century building converted into a hotel. The rooms were "cozy" which means small and cramped but ...
... girls get served before guys and also Ally doesn't get served at all in Eastern Europe! We looked for a seat and asked a group of guys if we could join their table as the were only using half of it and were right in front of a screen. There was a great atmosphere for the game especially as there were some Brazilians in the pub dressed up and singing the national anthem. It was a good game and a fun first night in ...
... on the ship, we went to the evening show and sat next a couple from Akron, Ohio! They live about 3 blocks from Keith's brother. Out of over 3,000 passengers, what are the odds?!
Our excitement this evening was the ship could not use the thrust engines to leave the pier. So two little tug boats pulled this giant ship out to ...
... Tallinn and having beers with local tourists. When the tourists inevitably ask what he does for a crust, he has to sheepishly say...errrr... I'm the PM of Estonia. Brilliant! Estonians also invented Skype and apparently will take great delight in informing you of this. We've yet to hear this mentioned to us but I'm sure it will happen.
After our tour, Helli steered us into the 3 Dragons food hall, a tiny wee cafe that has women dressed ...