Amber Spa Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... In between the eating and drinking, we did some compulsory souvenir shopping and sight seeing, and Marianne acted as my personal fashion advisor - picking out some proper sunglasses (you never know when you might encounter some bright sunlight in those Latvian winters!) and a new dress at Otra Elpa charity shop.
And then... it was already time to drop Marianne at the airport again! See you soon Maar!
... a small lake. I took the opportunity to sit in the shade and book the next couple of hostels plus the ferry to Helsinki. I'm not sure how, but when the booking email confirmation arrived I noticed it was for the wrong day. I think something happened when I clicked back on the browser, and somehow the date changed for the rest of the session. I fixed it up online, but the booking modification cost me an extra 15 euro which was pretty annoying. I rolled into Riga around ...
... design)) or given names. It took me a while before I realized that Als Gors and Džordž Kluni were not famous Latvians, but rather Al Gore and George Clooney.
My own lovely first name, which my parents spent nine months coming up with, in a spelling (y, not ie!!) that I've spent 28 years defending, was promptly changed to Jani when I arrived in Latvia. Brrrr!
The Six Declensions
The third problem in the Name Game is grammar.
... more flowers, gifts, diplomas and more flowers. I think they sold out half the Greenery for this one recital. I knew Latvians liked flowers, but this..!
Bermuds and the Blizzard
After dinner, during which we were joined by Renāte, Valentina's mentor, we decided to hit the town. Now, for a town with only 26,573 inhabitants, Ogre does have a pretty cool club: Hauze. A big shiny bar, a pool table, some cool bouncers, at least 5 video screens ...
... bar, what happened after that is anyone's guess.
All the Baltic country have quit a few Russian residents still and they all have a market, this is where you are told to go if you get something stolen while in town so you can buy it back. Its also a very interesting place to go just for a look, you can get all kinds of things like old soviet war medals and even dead peoples passports.
After a few nights in Tallin I headed South to Latvia and that will be part 2.