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... or two, which it did. And some emos and skater dudes stuck in the nineties, too. I was also surprised to see how many families take their toddlers out to a festival (no worries, these babies come with ear protectors) - and not only for the day, but for the evening concerts and even to stay the night! Also, I didn't see any people passed out in their own puke at three in the afternoon, which is a step up from Summer Sound.
++ It's kinda cool how many people ...
... as we stopped everywhere. Once we arrived in Ligatne we saw a large group of cyclists setting off for the day. We also realised, due to the google maps gps, that the train stop of Ligatne is actually in Augsligatne which is more than 6km away from Ligatne. We began this walk but had to move swiftly as our tour started in an hour and the bunker is a further 4.3km outside of Ligatne. Thankfully our hitch hiking worked and a friendly local took us into the town. Here ...
... a 200m ski slope and a bob sled course. In summer, you can enjoy some lovely hiking trails, leading past many interesting castles and caves. Luis first took us to the ruin of the castle of the Livonian order, which is right in the backyard of the New Castle (18th century), and overlooks the valley of the river Gauja (yes, Antonio, this is what they call a valley).
Then came the fun part: the speedy descent down into the valley.
Then came the less ...
... s bathing time so they could get closer and not get arrested.
I had a wonderful day with my guide. We ate lunch at Lido which is a popular chain of restaurants that serves cafeteria style but there were over 200 Latvian dishes to chose from. I didn't know which way to go. I finally had some potatoes and some kind of a chicken sausage kind of ...
... the rest of our group for more Independence Day activities. We bought some hot, spiced wine and headed over to the Liberty monument for the ceremonies. There were light shows on building everywhere--very modern art. We arrived to a park full of luminaries and candles making everything so beautiful! Then, a parade of people carrying torches came down the main street and stopped in front of the monument. Choirs sang and ...