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... relax and refresh before the evening. I'd heard on the tour from a few people that Folkklubs ALA Pagrabs was THE place to go if I wanted to avoid the young, ******-up backpackers crowd that frequented many of the other cheaper bars. The place was an absolute delight. A few street level tables gave little evidence of the wonders beneath as I headed down the steps to a vast cavern under the old town streets of Riga. It seemed to go on forever and I grabbed a table at the far ...
... indicator, or who pulls nerve-wrecking overtaking stunts on the highway. But I think you have those idiots in any country.
In fact, most motorists are actually quite polite. For instance, owing to this weird status of bikes in-between a car and a pedestrian, cars always stop for me at zebra crossings - something a Dutch motorist would never even consider.
So. Janny in a car. I know it's a terrifying ...
... and giant snowflakes. They looked a bit out of place with no real snow around them, but were pretty none the less. We also saw the giant statue of a lady holding up stars (the freedom statue?). Instead of heading into the center of old town we kept to the outside and walked past the Riga Castle. It was not much of a castle as far as pretty towers and detail go, but I guess you could call it a castle. There was a bunch of restoration work going on on the exterior... ...
... with being yelled at but is holding his tongue for the harmony of the trip. We ended up sitting in front of these two charming ladies at a lunch no matter how hard we tried to avoid it and Pierre thought that to be courteous, he should talk to them but in the end, he didn't bother. To be polite, because no one was talking to the Wicked Witch of the Bus, i asked her if she was from Britain. Good God, you'd think i just asked her if she was born a sourpuss ...
... the old town where I got the tram to the bus station. At the bus station I got on my bus which had nice big seats that reclined a long way, as well as mini tvs on the backs of the seats with english movies and music, pluuus wifi onboard. Yay! Can't ask for much more on a bus, except maybe free tea and coffee, which they also had! So after watching 'breaking dawn' and 'whats ...