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... like cement blocks with square or rectangular windows. Similar looking to our government buildings. The city is the largest in the Baltic states with a population of 700k. The have interesting architectural site such as a TV tower (1,237 feet), a suspension bridge, Hugh tiered library. The city is more about function that history, very different than ...
Due to some summit and different restrictions and safety controls, we had to be at the Airport at least 3 hours before the flight. So we were. It was not so bad actually, though we had plenty of time to spend at the Airport. In some minutes, we will be on board. I'm hoping to have some nap during the ...
... wasn't space for them on the bus so it was worth it. Cat napped on the journey as she was very tired today whilst Ally enjoyed some music. After 3 hours we arrived in Riga which immediately had the feel of a big city, much larger than anywhere we have been yet this holiday. This also made us a little more nervous about the safety of our luggage so we held tightly to the camera case. Armed with vaguely clear instructions from the hostel we made the 5 minute ...
Hi friends, The day has come to leave my beautiful Riga, for now. While nothing could possibly top my Shakespeare murder-by-ballerina-to-terrifying-symph ony-music ballet experience, my Latvian wanderings over the last 2 days do come close. On Sunday, I wandered through the ginormous Riga Market Centraligus, which was set up in and around 5 humongous, beautifully structured airplane hangars! Although I'm sure that extensive shopping is backpacker nono número uno, I ...
... everybody spoke Russian.
We then had about an hour to find our way through the forest to our spa. Being used to Scheveningen and Hoek van Holland, we were amazed that we smelled no salt, felt no sea breeze, heard no sea gulls and saw no dunes, even though the map told us we were less than 200 meters from the Baltic Sea! There was just forest, forest and forest, dotted with little run-down summer houses and fantastic modern beach palaces.