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... regularly ever since: the 26th festival was held last year. 1000's of people are involved, initially male voice choirs, soon joined by brass bands, but after the third festival women were singing as well, and by the 10th festival dancing was included. The tradition played a big part in the national Estonian awakening, and the 1990 one was part of the move to independence again in 1991. It was moving to see some of the ...
... very green and leafy Toomemagi Hill, I made my way to the ruins of the Dome Cathedral, the only remaining medieval structure in the city (albeit mostly in ruins). In the early 19th century, part of it was rebuilt and served as the university library but today it houses a museum of the university's history. At least that's what it said on the tin, but I found historical information in the museum a bit lacking. I did get to climb up into the towers of the ruins.
Pretty much ...
... look at Devil's Bridge and its opposite, Angel's bridge. The first time you walk across Angel Bridge you are meant to hold your breath and make a wish, so we did. We stopped at a Rimi on the way back to the hostel to buy ingredients for tea. We decided to go for pasta and tomato sauce with cheese and some beer. Back at the hostel we also planned our day out for tomorrow and chatted with our Australian friend. Later on we FaceTimed with Ally's parents as we hadn't seen them in a ...
... br> Tartu is a cute town; Estonia is a cute country. Pretty weird to think I probably won't be coming back to Estonia. It's not that I wouldn't, but it's so far out of the way I probably won't make an effort to come all the way back here. So I try to soak up everything one last time while I'm here.
We took a quick trip to Tallinn to see the (small) Christmas market. It was cute, but ...
... harbour on that day.
76. You know the names of all three black people living in Estonia.
77. You remember the 1-kroon bill and the 5-sent coin.
78. A person that speaks three languages isn't the slightest bit impressive.
79. Your biological clock senses with perfect accuracy the 15 minutes since you've parked
your car in the center of town.
80. You have already been to Olde Hansa.
81. You know what the EURIBOR rate is right now.
82. If it ...