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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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First of all, apologies for that bad pun (it'll become apparent below)
I slept really well last night, getting a solid 9 hours I think. The hostel was really quiet. I’m staying in a different hostel tonight as this one is a bit of a hike to the bus station and I have a 6:30am bus to Riga tomorrow morning. So this morning I showered, …
... br> We passed last night en route to dinner the Pirogov statue. He came up with the idea of ether for surgical purposes. These Estonians had some bright lights in their past.
We stopped in the area of the Observatory. It was built atop a former bishop's castle. More on Mr Struve later.
We crossed Angel Bridge. Your wish will come true if you can cross the bridge and not breathe. Should mean some good days on the home ...
... a black BMW- so on the plus side, at least I was hit by a nice car! ;) She quickly called the ambulance while another younger girl attempted to talk to me in English. She asked me if I had anyone I could call, the only person I knew would come was Mateusz, so I phoned him. He came running up the hill to check on me. I was so thankful to have him because once we got to the hospital many people there spoke Russian better than English. They took me to the ...
... think they are great messengers for the country
30. You put ketchup inside your pasta (french-cooked gourmet faire la fine manger pasta) in order to not to get the ketchup-bowl dirty
32. When someone asks you "where is Estonia?" you quickly reply that it's located in Northern Europe close to Finland...
33. Your grandmother's "purse" is an old plastic bag that has been reused several times
34.Sour cream tastes good with everything
35. A foreigner speaks to you ...
... out of competitions, due to Soviet restrictions, but most of the time things were pretty "normal."
The Estonians have also come up with a few really bizarre competitions, naturally which they are the best at. I think I remember a game where you had to try and make a 360 degree rotation up and over a handmade swing-set. They also had a few odd ball river competitions, "Nothing like the boring swim back and forth stuff they do today," our guide ...