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... architecture. On the streets, in the squares here is more music, more noise and more entertainment. For that reason, I don't like arriving to a new city on a week-end.
The KGB Building Museum opens at 11am and thanks to the newly-arrived tourists, the English tour of the KGB cellars was already sold out at 11:45am via on line ticket sales. Looking at the map it seemed much ...
... pretty tired, and sounded a little worse for wear because it was still early in the morning. But the stretches seemed to give us enough energy for our soundcheck.
It didn't take long for the organizers to shuffle us through church for our quick soundcheck. We were all pretty excited one inside because although it wasn't the most ornate church, it had such a loud, beautiful reverb.
We were all pretty nervous about ...
... hangers during WWII but now it is back to a bustling and intense market place. It was berry season and the market was filled with all kinds of berries, sweet and delicious.
Russian is widely spoken in the Central Market and most don't speak English. The Soviets encouraged massive Russian immigration to Latvia during the occupation in order to dilute ...
... pastries, and he gave me one for free in exchange for a conversation about the delights of Canadian maple syrup. The rest of the day went by in a lazy haze of cathedrals, museums and chocolate cake. I watched a Latvian band play Eric Clapton songs in Latvian, which was interesting, to say the least. This evening brought me my most spectacular and utterly freaking magnificent experience yet, the Latvian ballet. Having never seen ballet in real life before, I was ...
... over the last couple of hundred years. Aside from the moderately amusing recorder skills of a busker (yes.. recorder), an interesting point here was a supposed magic spring of mountain water. Supposedly drinking this water would increase longliviety and cure disease. It was delicious, clean, fresh water, and felt great and soothing on my sore throat. A miracle cure! Maybe!Next stop, Turulda, home to another old castle, once seat of the bishop, and a muchly ...