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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Breakfast Available
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... the bus to Riga, Latvia. They're using the Euros now, which makes it easier. Lithuania will change over at the new year I believe, so we'll start using new currencies there, in Poland, the Czech Republic, etc. That should mean that things will be even cheaper.
Estonia has been a special treat. They speak English, are pretty well educated, and seem to have it going on. I'm giving it a big thumbs up!
... 000, a fifth of whom are students. The city is the cultural capital of the country. It is also the oldest mentioned city in the history books, dating from the 11th c.
The Hotel Tartu is the first one with a/c. It is the second spot with a squeegie in the bathroom. No enclosed shower stalls in this country, the thinking presumably being an unnecessary expense, the device dealing with water around the toilet and sink.
1830 will be the ...
... a letter yesterday and packed it full of pictures I've taken since I've been here. I hope he likes it!! Earlier today I went to the post office to pick up a package that my mom had sent. I checked the internet and it had been delivered to the post office so I went as fast as I could to the post office. Once again I took a paper number and waited and waited. I waited for like 45 minutes, just to find out it was at another post office. This ...
... meantime my lady had grabbed this magazine type book off the shelf and was thumbing through it with such an attitude. I tried to ask her in russian if she spoke russian, she wouldn't even let me finish before shaking her head no. She finally arrived at the page, dropped the magazine down in front of me, and pointed to a sentence at the bottom of the page. It read "I'm sorry, I do not understand you. Please bring an Estonian or Russian speaking friend with ...
One of my last goodbyes will be to Tartu. I think it will be a bittersweet one. We've both been through a lot. I am looking forward to it though. Toward the end of my stay I can say that ...