Vikerkaare Guesthouse

Address: Vikerkaare 40, Tartu, 51006 , Estonia | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Vikerkaare 40, Tartu, is near Old City, Tartu University, Tartu Toy Museum, and Alatskivi Castle (vald).
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      Travel Blogs from Tartu

      Going to university

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 28, 2014

      12 photos

      ... very green and leafy Toomemagi Hill, I made my way to the ruins of the Dome Cathedral, the only remaining medieval structure in the city (albeit mostly in ruins). In the early 19th century, part of it was rebuilt and served as the university library but today it houses a museum of the university's history. At least that's what it said on the tin, but I found historical information in the museum a bit lacking. I did get to climb up into the towers of the ruins.

      Pretty much ...

      For Everyday is a Blessing

      A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Mar 15, 2013

      ... enjoyed the girls that were in my group. The strokes that we did were really fun and I like to practice my stoke. I mean my boyfriend is training to be a NAVY SEAL so I figure I should be pretty good at swimming myself. :D

      After practice me and Mateusz went across the road to the grocery store to get some things to prepare lunch. After wards we walked back towards the dorm. He had some old bread he needed to get rid of, so we said goodbye and he ...

      A Sad day

      A travel blog entry by erikale91 on Feb 27, 2013

      4 photos

      ... this has affected me already, but I just think about By and what I would do if I lost him at such a young age. I guess this goes to show you really don't know what life entitles or how long you really have. I'm learning from this tragic event and I'm going to live everyday like there is no tomorrow. It sounds so cliche and cheesy but I don't want to say I wish I would have done this differently. I wish I would have been more bold, or caring, or understanding. I just have a ...

      You Know You're From Estonia When...

      A travel blog entry by seanpauley on May 25, 2010

      2 comments

      ... or as a spectator.
      4. You know that going to the sauna is 80% about networking and 20% about washing
      5.You are nationalistic about Skype (it is actually an Estonian company)
      6.‘Kohuke’ belongs to your menu
      7. You declare your taxes on the internet like all modern people
      8. You actually believed for a while that Latvians had 6 toes per foot when you heard that as a child
      9. You are convinced that Estonia is very strategically located
      10. ...

      Sports Museum

      A travel blog entry by seanpauley on Mar 31, 2010

      1 comment, 2 photos

      While Estonia may be a small country, their national athletes have quite the story to tell. The first few times I went to the gym it wasn't hard to determine that everyone here is a serious athlete. Unfortunately they have a terrible habit of using little to no deodorant. It is the weirdest thing.

      Today my Estonian culture class went to the Sport History Museum, which is actually paired with the Estonian Post museum. It was a mediocre museum, I think I could ...