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... then began to walk along the shore. It was great to see a beach without all the crowds and without endless rows of restaurants and sunbeds everywhere. In fact, we only saw one restaurant on the entire beach. We'd certainly picked a good day to go to the beach, with the sun shining and the weather much warmer (and drier) than the day before. We stopped to have a go on the swings for a bit and then left the beach to see some of the town. It is said to be one of the ...
... in Riga where we are based for three nights. The A3 became the A4 and finally the A2 by 1730. Rush hour traffic was not bad. Simona was providing an overview of the city. She knows her stuff but how much is sinking in due to the wealth of data provided is another matter. Riga is the European capital of culture this year.
Time to refresh before dinner, 1830 becoming 1840 departure with grumbling Americans complaining 35M was too short. 35H would be too short ...
Vecrīga (the old town) is even worse: it is paved with lovely little cobblestones. I recently put more air into my tires... a big mistake if you want to go through the center. Your bike will simply rattle apart before you reach the other end! So despite the fact that most of the old town is clearly signed as pedestrian/bicycle area, you hardly ever see any bikes, because they have simply disintegrated in the first five ...
... so the boat was rocking a ridiculous about. Watching drunk passengers try to dance on a rocking ship is perhaps one of the most amusing pastimes you can find. Eva and I watched people sway from one end of the ship and back to the other. We laughed and laughed for a few hours while watching these people.
Once our entertainment ended we went back to our room and passed out. We woke up the next morning in time to pack ...
... capital, the countries banknotes have a picture of a cowshed on them.
Arriving in the early evening after frantically organising a last minute Ecolines journey from Kaunas, the city was buzzing with people - it was the annual St. Christopher's Festival and in the centre of Riga's large, old town square, a few hundred people were gathered under an enormous plastic tarpaulin, listening to a local band covering various English pop ...