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... 5%. This is 45%, 20% stronger, mixed with pure vodka. It's a sipping liqueur for sure, amounting to a bitter bitter. The service tonight was a bit uneven but anything was acceptable after last night's mess.
Walked back, running into the American dynamos. Back up for a quick shower and then computer time, downloading, blogging,etc. I need a butler on these trips.
The room feels a bit warm but we shall see. Bagged out early, before 2230.
... checked out the next morning. For €10 ($15) each a night we weren't expecting much and they didn't disappoint. We wandered around the Old Town of Riga and found this awesome restaurant that had great food, cheap beer and excellent tunes. Steve is in beer heaven. €3 ($4.50) for a half litre of primo Euro beer.
We were keen for a quiet night just relaxing in a cosy restaurant, but unbeknownst to us, this first weekend in May is ...
... aviators. Black hair and has stopped off at a few greasy spoons. I could have taken a picture :-D but that would probably have given him a ammo to go berserk!
We rock up into Riga around midday. Again, It is a beautiful city. There is more hussle and bussle to Riga than Tallinn.Already there are few sights as we enter the city. The TV Tower is pretty dam awesome. Looks like some soviet ...
... great. I had lasagna and Stuart had a good looking pizza. It was time to say goodbye to these amazing and historical cities as we had to get up early for our drive to Warsaw, Poland. On our way to Warsaw we did have a stop off at the hill of crosses in Lithuania, such a bizarre place, it is exactly what is says in the name - over 100 thousand crosses lay on a hill to honour people's losses and loved ones. It was good to see, a little creepy, but again something I had no idea even ...
... the ruins of anyway. The castle has fallen into disrepair over the years, and is the site now of ruins and a more modern manor house. It was initially the residence of Teutonic Knights from the 12th century. Oh, its also worth noting in Latvia, they refer to a toilet stop as a 'magic stop'. Eventually, that gets weird and confusing.Next stop, the Goodmans cave, home to the famous local Romeo and Juliet story of Turaldas Rose. Here we could see inscriptions engraved into ...