Pallase puiestee 25/27, Tartu, Estonia | Hotel
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For Everyday is a Blessing

A travel blog entry by erikale91

... was so kind and brought me some chocolates :D So I guess I will sit and rest for a couple days. I bought a ticket for the pool party tonight, but I don't know if I will be okay to go. I want to because I paid 7€ for it. We will see though. I just want to thank God I was not hurt worse and that he truly is watching over me.

As for God, His way is perfect; the word of the Lord is proven; He is a shield to all who trust in Him. Psalm 18:30


Early Morning

A travel blog entry by erikale91


... especially when I found out the police station (where I needed to go) doesn't speak much English. They suggested that we bring an Estonian or Russian speaking friend with us when we came. I asked people and tried to get someone to come with me, but everyone had class and it would be able to make it back in time. It was a 4km walk and it was snowing. I had to get it done, so I waited for Charles (another american) to get out of class then we started that ...

Follow up

A travel blog entry by erikale91

It is Thursday I have been in Tartu for 3 days now. It been a wild miss of emotions. Upon my arrival on the 4th..I was already upset. Once I landed in Tartu I soon found out my bag did not arrive with me. I was devastated but at the same time I was so tired I did not really care. I met a Chinese girl that was on my tiny flight (less than 20 of us on this little jet) she was from Hong Kong and so she was in a major shock. I buddied up with her but for a minute I was alone. I mean ...


A travel blog entry by frawldog


... took the men prisoner or killed them. about 29% of the population was children at this time and the women obviously would have had a big task on their shoulders in mothering the kids alone and working or whatever. Tartu is similar to the other Estonian towns, but just a bit smaller. It does have a few decent shopping centers where I watched a movie, along with ...

Happy Easter!

A travel blog entry by seanpauley

... and singing songs, the chairs and stage were being set up, and it was all blanketed with the fresh aroma of coffee. Daniel, our interpreter friend from a few Sundays ago, was eager to see us and wish us all a Happy Easter!

The sermon was decent that day. It was actually a bit a let-down, I'm still waiting for God to speak to me about it, but the first time through I was a bit unfulfilled. The local Estonian pastor preached about love, kinda. Mostly the love between a ...


This hotel, located on Pallase puiestee 25/27, Tartu, is near Old City, Tartu Toy Museum, Tartu University, and Alatskivi Castle (vald).
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