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... miserable. Like in Tallinn, a lot of the younger generation are leaving to make a better living elsewhere.
The timing worked out well to join the Art Nouveau tour but I was the only one interested so the guide did the Old Town tour first then gave me a private Art Nouveau tour afterwards. I would've liked to join the 1st tour ...
... leave it with newly installed remblokjes and specially imported HEMA fietslampjes, so I'm not utterly evil.
By this time, Anna and I had moved into our new apartment in the Silent Center and a lot had changed since my first story about my adventures as a cyclist. For starters, it actually became Spring, and then early Summer, which meant that I was no longer the only cyclist in Rīga. Also, Anna went to Sigulda, too, ...
... center followed by a very moving and emotional visit to the Rumbala Forest Memorial. Rumbala Forest is where 37,000 Jews were killed and buried in trenches located just 30 minutes outside of Riga. Later that evening, we are sitting in the Grand Palace restaurant with some of our new friends discussing the day and the trip so far. Tomorrow we leave this lovely Riga, Latvia for ...
... spices), salat olivye (potato salad) - you name something my grandma cooks, they've got it. Although it clearly can never beat my awesome grandma's cooking, it was very good comfort food.
Although Berlin is an amazing European city, it was mostly destroyed during WWII so it has a much more modern feel to it. Riga, on the other hand, is completely intact from the 1200's and the historic ...
... 1991. It was very fascinating, it is easy to forget the hardship that Latvia, and the other Baltic countries endured during the Soviet and Nazi eras. I must admit to being a bit na´ve about the whole situations finer details, it was very eye opening, if somewhat a sad place to visit.
Maybe a lack of imagination on my part but after the Museum I headed to Lido’s for lunch. What can I say, I liked the place and it was good value for money. I had ...