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... For today is free day in the museum". I had to laugh at that. Housed in a restored 18th century manor house, the museum details the history of the city, including a range of archaeological artefacts found in the town, the most interesting of which was the 10th century horde of Arabic dirhams. Just goes to show how connected the world was even back then. The museum itself was quite small but detailed the history of the city nicely.
I had heard about ...
... turns took us to the Town Square. Behind it and up against a hill was the Gunpowder Restaurant. One frailty of our leader is turning and offering, in this case, inside or outside eating; just choose! I suggested in as it was clearly more atmospheric. This venue at some 10m has the highest pub ceiling in the world per the people at Guinness World Records.
Tried a litre of the local beer, boys, and it wasn't half bad. It was dark in colour and a bit of ...
So for the past few days we arrived in Tartu and I have been getting acclimated to the city. It's a cute city, small, much like Morgantown. The weather has been surprisingly nice, with some rain but overall good weather.
I moved into the dorm, Raatuse 22. The apartments have three rooms with two people in each room. We share the kitchen and bathroom. Four of the five suite mates have moved ...
Another huge part of student days is the boat race in the Emajogi (mother river). There are actually several boat races through out the week. Some are on more traditional wooden boats that have been restored and passed down through families and others, like the one on Sunday, are for students and are absolutely crazy! I never actually understood the point of this competition. The "race" took a while to ...
... the model citizen here in Tartu. :)
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