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... br> We did spot some new steps off to the side which we figured went to the 'Real’ caves so started to climb. You get so far that you figure that the investment in time and effort will not go unrewarded so you keep going. 400 steps later we reach the top but there was nothing of interest, just a path leading somewhere else. So 400 steps back down and look for the camp site, set up and find a cheap place to eat at. We could afford to eat out ...
... enjoyable. We were expecting it to only last 20 minutes however Cat must have read the wrong thing though as it lasted an hour! And afterwards we could walk freely through the church and enjoy it's beauty. We decided to go to a folk bar which was recommended by the lady at Funky hostel. She said that Sunday nights were particularly good for live music. We arrived to live music but this promptly stopped. Cat grabbed a table while Ally waited at the bar to order ...
... going, there was a strong head on wind the whole way so it felt like going uphill but upon arrival we were rewarded with the sun coming out for about 15 minutes, just enough time to eat some lunch and chocolate before heading back. Of course on the way back we had the wind at our backs so it took about a quarter of the time and was much more enjoyable. After my first time nordic skiing I would have to say give me a mountain any day and let gravity (and the ...
... it was the best steak he's ever had so he ordered another one. This time though he asked for the kind of potatoes I had instead of the normal fries that came with his steak the first time. Instead, she brought him the steak and fries and another entire hunter sausage appetizer.
We figured after that disgusting display of gluttony we should walk around Riga's old town a bit. Riga was a center of power for the Teutonic Knights that moved into ...
... blend. Our waiter suggested a mix of it with black currant juice—a wise choice. It was really something.
Today was one the most enjoyable days of our trip so far. The pacing and weather (70 degrees with a breeze) combined with the peaceful and serene environment of Riga made for a perfect day. Seriously, this is probably the most underrated/unknown destination we have ever visited. Eight thumbs ...