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... t seem to be a problem.
Getting back to cobbles, there are the standard cobbles of the revolution. These are about the size of a half loaf of bread, side faces squared off, and a rounded top. These are great to prize out of the street and lob at the police during rioting, or through car or shop windows during the aftermath. They are hell to walk on for long distances, but would certainly give one strong ankles in the long run, along with ...
... Many are being restored but it is quite expensive and as we walked through the city, there were some that are sitting empty for the owners don't have the money to fix them and restore them. And interspersed among some of the grand old buildings and homes are also Soviet style buildings that are so typically found in any former Soviet place. There are ...
... we were just there. She even pointed to the high price (5 euro per kg) she made us pay the day before, this made us realise that communication was too much of a barrier to complain so we left with the place with the bandanna on the counter.
After that encounter we decided to have a drink, non-alcoholic that is. When we were looking at the menu we realised that the place did free delivery for dinner, this suited our lazy ...
... right? We are planning to do this on our next trip to Latvia or any other Baltic country ;)
I hope that this short review of my trip to Latvia is interesting enough to make you want to go there and discover your favorite part of this country.
I know that you may need more information about Latvia and here are two nice pages where you can read more.
Travel safe and wise!
... store. Aleks suggested we do this first as it's going to take a few days for them to arrive. I fill out the paperwork and Aleks consults his "database" - a well thumbed collection of paper lists developed over 20 years of research containing names and the fonds they are referred to in... The whole operation is extremely old school compared to the high tech wiz bangery of the UK National Archives.