Amber Sea Hotel
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- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
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But then, right when I was thinking "Janny, you really ARE crazy!", the most amazing sight appeared! A bright yellow rain coat, bright blue rain pants, and one characteristically unbent, outstretched leg: the One-Legged Cyclist! He lives somewhere in Agenskalns, and works in the Center, I think, so our paths cross almost ...
... the EVS'ers and interns), so we extended the invitation to our most loyal volunteers. After some organisational hassle (remind me never to 'volunteer' to be team leader again), I found myself in the forest with Sophie (our English intern for the month), Laura, Sergejs (both volunteers), Lelde and Santa.
Confusion in a Dark Place
Upon our (granted, pretty tardy) arrival, we found that the cabins were assigned according to a first-come-first-served principle, and ...
... streets looking at the old wooden houses of all shapes and sizes, then along the beach, and then back along the 1km pedestrian street before heading off to Riga – to camp!! Storms were still threatening, and we weren't looking forward to putting up the tent, let alone sleeping in it, but as there wasn't any real option, we checked in, but decided to leave putting the tent up until after venturing into town for dinner, hoping that the ...
... and it made a good read, but there were only a few objects. Later we did see the real one. It was free to get in. Then we walked through the park. In the distance we could hear people playing musical instruments like a trumpet. It made for a nice atmosphere. We found the Powder Tower and right next to it the Museum of War. We decided to give that a go. We were very impressed with the way they presented it. Some of the ...
... everywhere. On the beach it had a outdoor club with music pumping, must be pretty good in the evenings. Then we drove into Lithuania and instantly the roads improved, so you could actually drive the speed limits. Heading to Siaulial to find a tourist information and finding on our way the Hill of crosses. With 200,000+ crosses of various sizes on a hill, this is people expressing there devotion to christ. Quite a ...