Dikli Palace Hotel
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... stripes on their trousers, who come back in, shower, watch TV, most of whom were up at 6.30 this morning. Getting the rail replacement bus was more fun than it might have been cos it was the first time we've been on a bus which has veered off the main road onto a sandy track thro the forest in order to reach a small railway station. It's also the first time we've been given our tickets at our seats rather than buying them in advance, or from the driver as we got ...
... chair users don't often seem to have been thought about). We sat and ate lunch in the grounds too before we walked the 3.5km to Turaida Castle on the opposite hill. This castle, built in 1214, has been restored more fully and contains lots of exhibitions of the history of the Liv people, as well as the tussles which have taken place across the centuries for this land.
Finally on Wednesday, we went to Cesis castle, built at a similar time: 1209. The old castle is pretty much a ...
... their products in less packaging made from more environmentally friendly materials.
Further, we targeted consumers - the ones who hold the power to get producers to change their ways. By informing shoppers about the problem, we hoped they would choose products in less or better packaging, opt not to use single-use plastic bags, or even bring their own recyclable containers to the shop instead of using throw-away plastic containers.
... the border in Lithuania. I did allow my hippy friends to convince me to go to Laba Daba this week. Of course, when you're visiting two Latvian festivals so soon after each other, you're bound to start comparing. So here we go:
++ Laba Daba was held just around the corner, near Sigulda, so that's only about an hour from Rīga. (Although a little "where-is-my-wallet-I-think-I-left-it-a t-home-oh-no-it's-right-here-in-my-bag" -debacle caused a ...
... Guardian of the Hill. Apparently, many years ago he was told in a dream that he should protect this hill.... or something. Anyhow, some parents and kids from Valentina's school were going there, and they had some space in their cars, so we could come and see what a proper traditional Līgo celebration looks like!
Dress Code: traditional Latvian skirts. The Rules: sing and dance and eat cheese until you drop, and don't fall ...