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... stayed in to read, write and hang out. We met a Canadian PhD in Philosophy who gave us some good advice on S. Africa (don't hang out in J'Burg!).
We walked up and down the river walk and took lots of photos of the graffiti. Later, we walked through the hilly campus area which has several pedestrian bridges, including the Devil's Bridge and the Angel's Bridge. Nobody's too sure why or how they ...
... have more colour here and there are more wooden ones. St Catherine Church was an early example of Baroque architecture in the country. The first newspaper published in the Estonian language was here.
Went for a meander thereafter with Mike, liberally taking pix. The highlight was the cathedral or Church of the Transfiguration of Jesus Christ. Went to the Matador Cafe for a salmon wrap and java 8, retirement monies on the agenda.
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... to stress over it though, just going to pray everything works in my favor. Also on Friday ESN (Erasmus Student Network) is having a pool party, so I'm really excited to attend that. It's suppose to be the party of the year. There will be swimming, food and access to the sauna. :D Well that's all that is going on right now. In a couple weeks I'm leaving for Italy. So I'm getting excited for that as well. I have to go to my Russian class now. ...
We squeezed in hours and hours of travel to see a few more beautiful places. Collin and I walked around Tallinn for a ...
... States after his season ends.
Tartu is the number one team in the league, followed closely by Tallinn. The two teams made it to the regional finals this year and we went to one of their play off games. Unfortunately Tartu ended up losing the game but it was still really fun to watch. In contrast to most of the American basketball games I've been to, no one in the crowd really ever stood up. ...