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... really isn’t a lot on offer in Riga. It’s a pleasant enough place with the old city bounded by a stream through lovely shady parks on one side and the broad river on the other with a very busy motorway separating the river from the old city. The castle fronts that motorway and along with the tall leafy trees, the scaffolding and gauze it wasn’t even worth a photo. We did come across a monument dedicated to the children who were ...
... to find a map. We decided that as we are here for 3 full days to try and spread it all out a little. Therefore we decided to do one side of Charles Bridge today and then the Old Town tomorrow. After getting very forgetful on the tram as to which stop we wanted and how many stops it would be until we arrived, we eventually made it in one piece. We instantly loved the city, and agreed that we preferred it to Berlin in that the ...
... was of the bird and it's less than impressive squawk.
2) Charles University - I think this is where Mozart last played
3) New town National Museum, where scenes for Mission impossible 1 and Casino Royale were filmed.
4) Powder Gates - everything within this building is made from the remains of 40,000 skeletons.
5) Statue of a pregnant lady - it looks like it was made of huge silver Lego blocks. Tijo told us that people can climb ...
Arrived here about 4.30 pm and was picked up and whisked off to our apartment.
Settled in nicely but to our horror it was raining!
Did a bit of shopping and had a drink and a meal then off to bed for a well earned sleep.
A nothing day really.
... bubbly on the terrace of our hotel overlooking Prague in all it's glory and contemplated dinner. A walk up to the monastery, where they brew there own beers, we found a number of different restaurants, but decided on the one where we could sit and watch the lights turn on in Prague. A truly beautiful place to eat fantastic food, to reflect on the past fortnight and be grateful on what an incredible life we ...