Era Villa

Address: Era 1, Tartu, Estonia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Era 1, Tartu, is near Old City, Tartu University, Tartu Toy Museum, and Alatskivi Castle (vald).
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Travel Blogs from Tartu

Tartu, Estonia

A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 21, 2014

3 comments, 31 photos

... names. That's what happens when your University is 400 or so years old. And the word here for School is Kool. How kool is that?

We shopped at the farmer's market and Deanne finally found some Chantarelle mushrooms that she loves so much. We fried them up and had a stir fry for dinner with a bottle of wine we bought and did some research on Riga, our next stop.

We bought our bus ticket at ...

THE COLOURS OF PARNU

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 23, 2014

5 photos

... here is in the 1.25-1.30 euro range, about a third more than home. Hwy 4 and then 5 took us on the start of the journey to Viljandi, our afternoon stop. The ubuquitious hay bales were around. Less nodding off today but not exactly full of **** and vinegar either.

Hwy 57 morphed into hwy 49 for the final push to Viljandi. Grain crops were more prevalent. We made Viljandi by 1510. We walked around the old castle grounds. A music and food festival ...

A Hint of Spring

A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Mar 06, 2013

... kitchen has been a disaster. The plumber came for the third time in one week and finally our sink is fixed. :D so as petty as it sounds, it was really great news for us! Yesterday I got the best and first letter from Byron. It was so awesome. I didn't expect one from him, but when I found it in my mailbox I literally sprinted up four flights of stairs, threw my backpack down on my bed and ripped the envelope open. I started to read it ...

Early Morning

A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Feb 20, 2013

1 comment

... she was saying. I said " I need to apply for my for my residency card," she continued to give me the meanest look ever, throwing her hands up and getting frustrated with the situation. I was in shock because she wasn't even looking at my paper (all of which were in Estonian) she was overly upset at the fact that I didn't speak her language. One chair over was Charles, somehow he managed to get a lady that spoke English, not well but she was helping him. ...

Lake Peipsi and the Russian Village

A travel blog entry by alexandra_day on Sep 03, 2011

2 photos

... actually an "Old Believers'" village. When the Orthodox Church reformed the "Old Believers" split from the new church. Some near Lake Peipsi crossed the lake and established communities on the Estonian side of the lake.The community truly felt like a Russian town; I forgot I was in Estonia.

Well, inevitably the rain came and we hopped on a bus home to finish the day a bit early. The lake was very pretty and I hope we will be able to visit it ...

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