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Travel Blogs from Riga
... not wanting to push her luck with the devil) There were a few more caves to visit but the weather took a turn for the worst, so changing our plan we drove south through tiny towns looking at the scenery. Then it was the roads that took a turn for the worst starting off with constant pot holes and ending up just dirt, so a slow drive back to civilisation. Ending up in Jurmala on the coast, looking very up market looking forward to exploring in the ...
... you could see Siberia from to rooftop. The meaning of that was that most of the 600.000 people which went through the front door were sent to labour camps in Siberia or executed in the nearby woods.
Today a weekend long festival has started: midsummer night. Music and drinking beer for the locals. The sun sets at 11.30 and rises again a few hours later, it never gets really dark. Peak hour at midnight was a sight to be seen to be ...
... course, I had about 3 minutes to do it, with luggage, at a station with no English and about 5 platforms. I didn't make it. I managed to find someone who helped me get a ticket for the next train that was going in my direction but again, no seat. That was a long journey standing up.
My daughter and I took a day trip out of Dublin down to some lovely countryside estate/castle thing. This time, trying to make sure my daughter had a ...
Visited the museum of Occupation in the morning as well as a trip up the tower of St Peter's Church (by elevator) Inthe aftrrnoon took the train to the sumner resort if Jurmala. Beautiful resort town complete with all the tourists and summer holidayers. Beautiful beaches, hot weather and yes boys lots of beautful girls! In the evening we enjoyed dinner at a hidden away real local restaurant where the locals danced their native ...
... flutes, and buskers with guitars playing Gypsie jazz. I had the routine down to a science and made my way for the highest viewpoint, St. Peter's Cathedral. Amazing views indeed with the heavy winds giving me great respect for the 13th century construction workers who braved this height.
There were some reminders of the Nazi occupation, the remains of a synagogue burned to the ground with 400 people inside on the fourth ...
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