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On our last night in Seduva, Lithuania we ate ate a nearby restaurant. Like many European restaurants, it is set in the country and caters for summer outdoor entertainment as well as providing food and drink. There was a huge playground, and a number of outside ...
Not literally, but it certainly felt that way, as Tartu is the intellectual centre of Estonia, housing the University of Tartu and a significant student population. One of the main symbols of the city is the 'kissing students', represented by a fountain in the main town square. I first heard of Tartu about a year ago, when one of my NATO colleagues had a meeting here. I never thought I’d make it here, but it’s where Hanna lives and ...
... up. Basically whenever a student broke the university rules, they were locked-up in this room from anywhere between a couple of days to 3 weeks. This includes the punishment for returning library books late. Needless to say, I'm seriously thinking of instituting such a policy at the library where I work. I'm sure it'll be a nice incentive for the students.
After the museum, I stopped off at the Werner cafe, first opened in 1895, for a cafe and a very nice cake. Heading up ...
... s falling over... Inside there were all sorts of random instruments set up for a concert that evening such as bike tyres and a piano with no keys. We don't think we will go to this concert. Out of the church we walked up Toome Hill to see the remains of the Cathedral. The arches and columns are still there and these are very impressive. Also up the hill is the sacrificial stone which has a series of dimples on it which even today students go and burn their exam notes in. We ...
... Lithuanian, French, Spanish (real Spanish, not Mexican), Palestinian, Croatian, Polish, and then of course Russian. I ate way too much, but it was so great. There were so many people you could barely walk down the hallways. It was really neat to see all the different cuisines. Plus the French made desserts that were so good. I made sure and got that recipe. :D So needless to say after that I made a promise I'd hit the gym in ...