Amber Spa Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... s live music in every third bar in the old town. And whatever the festivity, there's always a bunch of boys and girls ready to put on the long skirts, breeches and leather shoes, and perform a nice jig!
A neighbourhood summer party? Let's invite some singing and dancing kids! The marathon's in town? Let's cheer up the runners with a choir singing soviet schlagers!
My coolest discovery so far is a music style ...
Whenever we deal with real breathing and moving human beings, though, we just have to ask them to bear with us, at least as long as our Latvian is limited to "es gribu tēju" (I want tea). Some grown ups are quite startled when we announce that we only speak English, but most young volunteers and kids actually seem quite OK with practising their English. On Mondays I teach an "EcoEnglish" class, and I feel really challenged ...
... the same paperwork to fill in for arriving in Russia that I had filled in for coming in through the airport. Luckily they at least print these in English now as well. So when we stopped for Russian immigration and customs, suddenly the train is swarming with officers. There were about 6 in our carriage. A woman who could well also be their shot put champion came and demanded my passport. In Russian. I always immediately say hi, ...
... Paul in Vilnius, Lithuania. Vilnius has
dozens of historic churches. This one has a Baroque style.
... five lati paper note so the seven lati seat seemed about right. The cathedral itself was drab (it is under renovation outside) and cold and unwelcoming but the music soon filled the gargantuan room with warmth and beauty. My fellow listeners and I all simply closed our eyes and let the vibrations roll over us. None of us could see the organist, he being hidden high up in a loft behind towering pipes. We only saw his head peak over the railing much later when the concert ended as ...