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... horrible poisoning, Sophie and I figured it might be smart to bring a local on our mushrooming expedition. Lelde seemed to know what she was talking about, so we asked her to tag along with us on our free Sunday afternoon, and teach us which mushrooms we could eat, and which are better left alone.
First rule of mushrooming: avoid any mushroom that looks like your stereotypical mushroom (white stalk, red ...
... hostel, called "Firefighter's Hostel" (I think it's is the old fire department building), is on a road made entirely of cobblestone and I pretty much rattled the fillings out of my mouth getting here. I pulled up next to another bike, which turned out to be a Russian rider staying in the same hostel. I checked in and made my way into town for some sightseeing and some dinner. I changed my remaining Lithuanian currency into Euro, and by my calculations I should have ...
... in a sentence (Mary does something, I do something to Mary, I do something with Mary), that person needs to have a name that follows the rules of Latvian grammar. This means that any name must end in s/is/us/a/e.
In practice, any foreign boys name is burdened with an extra s, while the girls usually receive an extra a. Hence the names Valters, Rafaels, Andrejs, Viktors. My name is not nearly girly enough yet; ideally I would be called Janija Ramakera. ...
... cabbage salad, kakleti (meatballs) and potatoes. We were clearly fed and ready to hit up the Latvian parliament.
At the Parliament, we had a member of the Conservative Party speak to us about the language politics of Latvia, which are super controversial. You can basically add up gun rights, taxes and foreign policy and they still wouldn't add up to the level that Latvian ...
... finished his building. Then he commissioned two black cats with arched backs and mounted them on his two tower tops with their tails lifted and their rears pointed towards the German guildhall. The German merchants did not find the joke at all funny.
There were some barracks in the city across from the old fortification walls. Local women ...