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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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... a good range of ancient Greek and Roman sculptures (as well as a real Egyptian mummy of a child, which was a tad creepy). I was a bit disappointed to just be seeing plaster reproductions in the museum, until I read later that the university did have the originals but the Soviets put them into safe keeping conveniently in the middle of Russia during World War 1 and have never given them back.
The university building also contains a very curious room in the attic: the old ...
... look at Devil's Bridge and its opposite, Angel's bridge. The first time you walk across Angel Bridge you are meant to hold your breath and make a wish, so we did. We stopped at a Rimi on the way back to the hostel to buy ingredients for tea. We decided to go for pasta and tomato sauce with cheese and some beer. Back at the hostel we also planned our day out for tomorrow and chatted with our Australian friend. Later on we FaceTimed with Ally's parents as we hadn't seen them in a ...
... Virginia but Kirsten has family in Colorado, we're all hoping we'll be able to reconnect when they drive though Nebraska.
I'm horrible with goodbyes and I can tell this one is just the first of many to come. It has been an interesting semester, and eventful to say the least. I've met some truly amazing people and I hope that our paths will one day cross again. I have faith that they will.
... all the locals was a dry sauna that had temperatures pushing 80 or 90 degrees Celsius, depending on when you went in. The locals enjoyed coming in and pouring water over the rocks to slowly weed out the weak and unworthy. Interesting enough some did take some kind of twisted pleasure in it, listening to their laughter as you left made you think they claimed some sort of victory in the process. Needless to say, I didn't feel like winning any Estonian ...
... she explains that we can email this post office and have them move it across town. I didn't have the strength or patience to ask why she didn't tell me this the first time.
Anyway, when I get back to my room I email the post office and give them my super secret code to identify the package. The lady emails me back and seems really nice. She says it will be available to pick up Monday, today is Thursday. Ugh...more waiting.
The weekend flies by and ...