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... is no river and no harbour, just a road. He then took us out of the old town to where the biggest market in Europe was located. We took a stroll through the market looking at all the the different produce. They had five massive warehouses, fish, meat, fruit, vegetables and dairy. I was very impressed with the size of it. It looked awesome. It is all local produce apart from the tropical fruit. A lot of the locals still shop here because one it is cheaper than ...
... tomorrow is to go the KGB Building, Art Nouveau museum nearby and an Art Nouveau cafe which looks cozy and inviting. I don't know how other travelers have time for day trips. There are a few interesting and important ones to do but I don't have the time.
That was my Friday in Riga
Ar labu nakti
... and have it shipped by train to Riga (thank you Luis!).
Rattled to bits
Which was no time too soon, because my temporary bike had to be returned to my colleague Madara in May. And I also managed to pretty much wreck it, bashing it over the cobblestones in Vecriga (sorry Madara!). I'm not kidding. The poor bicycle literally rattled apart; the bagagedrager became unstuck, and I actually lost part of my spatbord. ...
... community reduced from about 40,000 to1,000 between 1941and 1945. Next, the site of the Old Synagogue and the memorial to the Jews who died during the holocaust and finally, a ride to Rumbula forest where on November 30 and December 8, 1941, 25,000 Latvian Jews were executed.
Dinner in the hotel dining room is modern continental, seared foie gras followed by halibut and cubed steamed vegetables on a bed of puree of peas, and very good; I have not yet tried any 'local' ...
My very first train ride by myself - teenager, traveling between Indiana and West Virginia in the winter. My parents had decided I could do this trip and it was cheaper than flying. I was to be met on the other end so no worries. The trip down there was fine but the trip back - ugh. West Virginia in the winter is cold and the train had no heating. Or rather it had no heating in the second class coach. It's amazing I wasn't frost bitten by ...