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... walked by Riga Castle under construction. It was dilapidated. Like badly. Good for the castle for getting a make over. Then the dome cathedral, which seemed quite simple to be honest. What I liked was the Christmas market happening next to it! It was so cute! Kind of similar to the Gamla Stan market, except bigger and a lot more hot wine- yum!- and less Christmas ornaments. We walked over to St. Peter's cathedral, which appeared closed, and unintentionally walked into ...
... thats the word I could make out) from the uni were being invited up on stage. As each one came up, the students from that faculty would cheer and holler for their professor. I would never imagine something like this happening back home. After all the the professors were on stage, the dean (I think) was brought out and then all the academics sung what I assume was the Latvian national anthem, with quite a few of the students joining in. Back home, I'm sure ...
... you one of two responses. They would either, smile, greet you and try to help you as much as possible, or they would pretend everything you said, even in their official language, was completely confusing and wave you away like you were trash. I even experienced this f**k off attitude in a tourist money exchange place. I wanted to exchange $100 USD for the rate in Latvian Lats. This was not hard as the exchange rate was written on the board and even blind, deaf and ...
... and down the stairs and there is no one at all anywhere. The other person who got off has already disappeared. There is just a street with a few street lights and no cars. I see there is a bus stop so I cross the street to see if I can make anything out. Nope. Not a thing. and I am not even sure which way I want to go to get to town. Then I see that I missed the bus stop that was on my side of the street so I cross again to see if that makes any ...
... th century Teutonic Knights of the Sword. Riga claims that the modern world’s first Christmas tree was decorated in Latvia in the early 16th century, inspired by an old German tradition. The German influence continued through the ages, well into the 20th century. When the Soviets forcibly incorporated Latvia into the Soviet Union in 1944, the effects of Russification were devastating. Today, some 45% of Latvia is Russian-speaking; in Riga ...