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... Hansa was probably the pick of the meals, but even this was nothing out of the ordinary. At first bite, the food in Riga seems to be better.
Across the road is a pub called the Kiwi Bar where I stopped for drink. They have a pretty good scotch menu so I ordered something called Ardbeg which is a 10 year old single malt. Of course this was totally wasted on a man who chooses his whisky based on what happens to be on special at Dan Murphy's - and then mixes it with coke. But ...
... close to this area are a number of cemeteries.
The first we entered was the Rainis cemetery. There is a memorial statue to the writer 'Rainis' which is allegorically supposed to represent Latvia awakening from its sleep. But more interesting for us are the gravesites of the everyday people. Wherever we see a cemetery there are many people tending or ...
... Baltic sea. It's a quick 20 minute ride supposedly. We bought train tickets to Jurmula but didn't realize the stop was Majori. I looked at Google maps on my phone and Jurmula was much farther down the line. The beach is a summer haven for the city folk but it's a 5-10 mile beach. We got out at a ****** residential district that gave us a good feeling of what it was like to live under the Soviet days - ugly, crumbling high ...
... stumbled upon an animal bench, a kitty litter box, and a bowl of cat food. What the f***?
Now, finding all these cat paraphernalia, I logically expected to find a stray cat somewhere, too! But there was no cat to be found! I finally did locate something grey and furry hidden away underneath the radiator.
Later that day, I bumped into landlord Māris, holding the scared little kat in his arms - which were incidentally streaming with ...
We woke this morning and packed up our tent. We had no food for breakfast as we'd eaten it all in Russia and hadn't made it to a supermarket yet, so we just headed straight into Tallinn. After finding a park we wandered into the old town. Every European city seems to have an 'old town' though most seem to consist of a couple of streets or a row of building, but Tallinn's old town is huge! All the streets are cobble stoned and the little ...