Tahtvere Hostel

Laulupeo puiestee 19, Tartu, Estonia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Laulupeo puiestee 19, Tartu, is near Old City, Tartu University, Tartu Toy Museum, and Alatskivi Castle (vald).
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A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 24, 2014

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... We first walked past the Emajoe [mother] River. She pointed out the Stone Bridge as 'another marvelous example of Soviet architecture, a common complaint worldwide about the lack of communist flair.

We continued into the town square. There were not many people around which was nice. I spent as much time taking pictures as listening to Marillee. She was reminding me, Michelle and Angela, of our Uzbek guide who gave way too much ...

For Everyday is a Blessing

A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Mar 15, 2013

... a black BMW- so on the plus side, at least I was hit by a nice car! ;) She quickly called the ambulance while another younger girl attempted to talk to me in English. She asked me if I had anyone I could call, the only person I knew would come was Mateusz, so I phoned him. He came running up the hill to check on me. I was so thankful to have him because once we got to the hospital many people there spoke Russian better than English. They took me to the ...

Feel Good #1

A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Feb 25, 2013

... m use to the classes being taught in Estonian, but I was happy to see this class was in English. The instructor knew I spoke English because she kept directing all the English phrases at me during the workout. It was a nice accommodation for a change. After class she stopped me and made a comment about how BodyPump is easier when you know what you're doing even if it is taught in Estonian. I said, "yeah I really enjoyed your class. This was my first time, but I'd be back!" She ...

No new news

A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Feb 15, 2013

... haven't even went to bed. I would kind of like to try going to bed at 5 or 6 am, sleeping all day then getting up during the night. But hey whatever it works for them. Differences in culture. The Spanish were explaining to us the other day how "nap time" works in their country. Business shut down for hours during normal working times to have siestas. I was appalled. But that helps to explain why ...

You Know You're From Estonia When...

A travel blog entry by seanpauley on May 25, 2010


... they live
next door to your grandparents, who were colleagues with your advisor, who is friends with your...
25. You think that any beverage below 20% is non-alcoholic
26. You check the thermometer before going out
27.You look in both directions before crossing the road, even if it's a one-way street
28. You grin very mysteriously when people ask about your national food
29. Even if you find the music by Veljo Tormis and Arvo Pärt not exactly ...

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