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... than I had calculated. I took a taxi there and wasn't dropped off where I expected. I even told the driver that we were in the wrong location. Well, I made a mistake, one of many today. So, to clarify: the former U.S. embassy building which has Occupation Museum advertised on it used to be Occupation Museum which is now located in the Old Town. Both museums are connected and I thought, ...
... Sure enough a pickpocket attempt, the zip of my bag half undone, I stare at the woman and say "excuse me!" She looks me straight in the eye then shrugs her shoulders and makes off with her male accomplice to the top of the steps. We watch as the pair the go back down into the subway to look for the next victim. Luckily I had put my purse right at the bottom underneath all those extra clothes! Slightly shaken we go on into the huge market. It is enormous, ...
... I've seen countless cute wooden houses that would be really lovely if only somebody would splash a bit of paint on them (in the words of my colleague's Dutch father-in-law: "Did all Latvian painters die out or something..?"). Some of them just look a bit chipped, leaky and wobbly, other are plain uninhabitable, burnt down or collapsed.
So if anybody has a bit of cash and a paintbrush to spare: come join me in Riga! It's really pretty here - in theory..
... the impression that, instead of carefully packed cupboards, we were flying in close formation with our cutlery and crockery. Most of the road was single carriageway, with an unpaved 'hard shoulder' on either side no more than a metre wide. Most trucks kept up a reasonable speed. After all they had tracks to drive along. But the odd slow one pulled over to let you past. Passing involved driving into a wall of thick dust and hoping nothing was coming. ...
... 8217;s economy) all being within walking distance of Old Riga and the beautiful parks and canals that surround it. Free adventures can also be had by just walking through the architecture-rich alleyways, church towers, and fort walls.
Prepare to be dazzled by the lovely Latvian ladies that make their way effortlessly down winding cobblestone streets in five inch stilettos. Other free attractions include the beautiful canal park with its colorfully ...