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TravelPod Member ReviewsTerviseks Tartu
Great hostel. Friendly staff. But dont stay here if you want sleep. I'm sure its quiet during the week but on the weekend you wont be able to sleep from all the noise from partying students in the square below
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... an outdoor market with fruit and veg, including rhubarb (hurray - pudding!) and then an indoor market with cheese, eggs and meat. And even better when we went to supermarket and found GF Bread. Although this is a town of 100,000, including many students, it doesn't feel like a big city. Our street, which is away from the city centre, is mostly made up of wooden houses with peeling paint. The streets aren't very busy, ...
... but the girl let me keep my pack there until I could. Which turned out to be not that long as after making a skype call, the room was ready. Looming Hostel is a really funky place. All the furniture is made from recycled materials and all the rooms are decorated by local artists. They only use environmentally friendly cleaning products and recycle everything. They even provide guests with a list of places that sell environmentally friendly products in Tartu. After settling into my room, ...
... English words. It was funny, she was also teaching us some in Polish. My mouth just does not move certain ways. Natalia has trouble with the English words "earlier" and "elevator" random words but I can see why. Today is Valentine's Day. I am happy because I had the best valentine ever!!!! He just isn't going to make it to our date tonight. He is preoccupied. I love Byron and miss him so much. I am very proud to have him as my partner for the rest of my life. I pray for him and ...
One of the great things about living on the international floor of the dorm is that everything happens here. Thursday it was an international food party. People from each country got together with other natives of their lands and cooked up a storm.
There are about 10 or so Americans here, but four of us got it together to make some delicious homeland food. Our meal of choice? Cornbread and chili.
First we made the long trek to ...
... would fail first. The party turned out to be great though, we got their early enough to receive our free cider and eventually a lot of people showed up. It was great to get to hang out with all of the international students one last time.
Sorry this has to be kinda quick but enjoy the pics and ask me about it later! :)