Hostel Knights Court
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... front of me and thrown off a bit because we didn't have to go through customs. We didn't fill out any forms and no one stamped our passports. So, can just anyone walk into Latvia freely? Apparently.
She tells me that someone will let me back in. I go back downstairs to wait, get let back in, and find my bag. I run across the street to catch the 22 bus that goes downtown. It was an easy ride, and the stops were ...
... because I wanted to take some nice pictures of Riga before I went. I got talking to the only of person in my dorm. He was called Andrew. He wasn't very well, so he slept all day and night but he was feeling much better. I showed him the old town and we went up to St Peters church tower to get a nice view of Riga. It was probably the best day to do it on because the sky was blue. It was still bitterly cold up the top, but the view was incredible. I then showed him the rest of ...
... Previous styles were used in new ways with color and shape contrasts but also with vertical symmetry always with an element of contrast. She showed me what to look for in buildings and how to recognize the style and the architect while walking through Old Town towards the Art Nouveau district. It's not far from the neighborhood where ...
... disastrous experience in the recommended Beer House, sullen waiter 40ish dressed in lederhosen plonks down a cloudy pint and the smallest glass of wine. When we ask if this is right he comments "small vine" beer only gets a shrug before he slopes off! Us deterred will explore further the attractive old town and do find a more welcoming bar, Hell Hunt and Drinks ...
... and a waterfall running down into it from outside.There was even a pagoda and a giant woodchuck made of wood outside.
Then it was back on the bus for a 4+ hour ride into Lithuania to Kaunas. I had trouble staying awake for a bit, despite the new and beautiful scenery, but sitting and talking with Cosette helped. The landscape was a lot like the prairies. Flat land and lots of farms. Even the light was pretty similar ...