City Hotel Teater
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Warmish night but eventually it was almost 0700 before I got out of bed. Showered and up with materials to plan the free today, including possibly a museum or two. I finished up there c 0800 and nobody else around. What's with these lazy English, John? They would never make honourary members of the Algerian Committee.
Mike tried to justify …
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The room was not too hot overnight, a good thing. Saw 0647 on the watch and had a shower before heading up for the brekkie. Nice sausage and some different salads; a good spread. There shortly after 0700, reading up on Riga and nary a soul from the group …
... yet and after checking in we headed out in search of food! We also explored the old town and visited the local craft market where we admired the local amber jewellery, hand knitted socks and hats and linen which the Baltic States are famous for.
The next day I awoke to pouring rain on the window. A relaxing sound when you get to stay indoors all snuggled up but not so pleasant when you've got a walking tour to do! After breakfast and a catch up with Pip ...
... we made introductions and ended up wandering around the city together, photographing and chatting. He's an interesting guy, a freelance locksmith who studied furniture restoration and who was on a three month motorcycle trip around Eastern Europe. We walked around exploring the Old Town for a while, and then grabbed dinner and drinks and had some really good conversation about travel and politics and philosophy that was the perfect distraction that I needed right then.
... There was 1 stop in Parnu, a very beautiful looking city with a huge number of pretty wooden houses right on the roadside. We only had 5 minutes for the stop so we both rushed to the loo then Pieter brought some tasty buns because we had not had breakfast. They went very well with coffee available on the bus. Raewyn was impressed by all the trees on the ride. Lots of pines and birch trees. Pieter saw a stork. Crossing the border into Latvia we cruised past the old ...