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TravelPod Member ReviewsTartu Hotel
Older hotel across from bus and in walking distance to old town. Not particularly quiet. wooden construction so not as soundproof. Terrible tv. No english stations
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... Marilee pointed out Devil Bridge. It was situated between two wings of a former large hospital on land now owned by Tartu University.
The Supreme Court of the country is in Tartu, also on Toomemagi [Cathedral Hill]. Bolivia comes to mind of a nation with a judicial capital in a different city than its legislative capital.
The cathedral is no more. In its day, it was the largest church in the Baltic Republics. Part of it now ...
... horrible Estonian and you go on and on about how wonderful their Estonian is compared to "the Russians'"
36. You have ever worn or seen anyone wear "karupŁksid"
37. You have heard the phrase "Estonians are slow" at least once
38. Kui sa saad aru, mis siia kirjutatud on
39. You find yourself continually ignoring the gender in other languages
40. You say 'kurat' as at least every second word
41.You consider running to the shop at 19.50 on Friday evening to ...
After getting my fill of sports history for the year, we stopped by the quaint Post Office Museum on the bottom floor. It was really everything I expected from a museum about the Estonian mailing system. I think we stayed a total of five minutes, checking out the unique stamps and then making a beeline for the exit. To their credit they did have a well done photography display of all the different mailboxes around Estonia, which I really enjoyed.
... wrong dish." However, the atmosphere takes this restaurant above and beyond. It is actually three stories tall, kind of like a big city apartment or something. It has to be a tough job getting all the food to everyone but I'm sure the cooks manage... maybe they have secret elevators. Who knows??? Each floor is pretty modern, couches and big comfy chairs line each table, hanging lights made out of galvanized pales dangle from the ...
We took the scenic route to Tartu and ended up at a clean and virtually empty hostel next to the railway station. We were too tired to go and look round Tartu, so we just showered and went to bed.
The only other important event to note was that Nick, once again, found the last of the Polish sausage to eat. Let's hope it really is gone this time.