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... I guess it can be compared to Eindhoven's Glow festival: lots of artists light up buildings and installations and project (3D) movies. This year was the festival's 7th aniversary, and it was set up extra big and international because of Rigas Cultural Capitalness.
My favourite movie was the one shown closest to our house, on Kongresu Nams: United Fish - a touching story of strangely mechanical musical sea creatures that ...
... indicator, or who pulls nerve-wrecking overtaking stunts on the highway. But I think you have those idiots in any country.
In fact, most motorists are actually quite polite. For instance, owing to this weird status of bikes in-between a car and a pedestrian, cars always stop for me at zebra crossings - something a Dutch motorist would never even consider.
So. Janny in a car. I know it's a terrifying ...
... day I really will find out what those titles mean!) measuring the colour of the walls with bits of card. The breakfast was not as impressive as in Tallinn, but still pretty amazing. I could get used to eating large slabs of thickly cut smoked salmon for my brekky every day. The standard breakfast in the Balkans has been a table groaning with different sorts of smoked fish (in Tallinn, hot- and cold-smoked salmon, sprats and some other bits and ...
... I stopped her from opening the door. It was some drunk who was shouting in Hungarian. He went to the next cabin and they opened the door but luckily it was two of the men in our group and when the drunk forced his way into the cabin, they were able to throw him out again. The conductor finally came and guess he "arrested" him and threw him off the train at the next stop.
By now I am getting smarter with train travel so I had purchased ...
... is ground up and jettisoned to sea for fish when we are 40 miles out to sea. Finally, the main ports are good on lots of people and lots of food; after the main ports, food is taken on once every three to four days.
After the galley tour, we freshened up for dinner at Signatures, the fancy French restaurant on board. We met for aperitifs in the Observation Lounge before heading down for our reservation. It was really rocky on the ship that evening, although that may have been the wine.