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- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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... spaces. Typical of the area, almost everything is made of wood and a lot of effort been put into carving almost everything.
So to dinner. I had seen 'Peas and crackling' on various menus and decided we should try it before we left the country. Turned out ...
... to show me around. She was a great tour guide, and I learned a lot about this compact and cute college town.
There were a lot of monuments here, mostly for academics who studied and worked at the university. There were three that were most memorable to me. The first was a monument to the astronomer Friedrich Georg Wilhelm Struve. Struve worked at the university in the early 19th century, and used Tartu as his base for ...
... 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 ...
... so I did. After the gym, I spent time cleaning the flat and doing some homework. It was fairly productive. Of course I made another trip to the store, but that's no shocker. I also managed to find some gloves and a hat on sale. I left my new gloves I got for Christmas, somewhere in Tartu. I'm not sure what happened to them. Classes are going well, just a lot of reading and I managed to get into the Russian class where I can ...