Amber Spa Boutique Hotel
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... t stop laughing bc we meant only 4 rolls in total. We discussed that usually you share sushi and well we were just going to pay the bill even though it'll be expensive. Anyways the bill comes, and it is only 31 euro for food and our sodas. We were charged for 4 rolls. We were thinking the rolls were just huge. Kate emailed the next morning saying that it was 2 for 1 at the place. So we did order 4 rolls but were given 8. Tomorrow I go to Vilnius. I am not missing my ...
... not (mushrooming) and ogot (berrying).
Now, I don't know the first thing about mushrooms, despite the reputation I might have as a Dutchie. I think my Dad the Biologist skipped something in my education there. I vaguely remember a mushrooming expedition in Sweden when I was 6 or 7, but my most vivid memories of that trip are actually of the home-made cranberry compote that accompanied the deer or wild boar we had for dinner.
... on the hill for lost rebellion soldiers, as a memorial. Over the years more than one hundred thousand crosses of all sorts have been collected there. It would be kind of creepy at night I guess. We left, but not before we left our own mark. Yep.. If you visit you may just come across our own little mark of respect. (See the photos) We arrived in Riga after what seemed like an eternity stopped at ...
... We left at 7:45 on the dot. The announcer said we'd cross the border at 10:20, nailed it precisely. Furthermore, about 30 minutes after we had crossed into Latvia we were pulled in by the border police who checked everybody's visas, and then we pulled into Riga at 11:56 (ok, ok, 1 minute late. Unacceptable!).
Unfortunately, the weather in Riga was less impressive. Cloudy. Rainy. Substantially better than Tallinn (at least it was ...
... which turned out to be really cool. The traditional music and the happy skip-step and the intricate patterns really make you want to smile out loud, and even the little kid's groups were extremely disciplined and cute. And there are so many boys here that have some sense of rhythm!! I'm seriously considering applying to a dance company in Riga!
One thing that I thought was really cool was the way the acknowledgements had been weaved into the show. ...