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... the kitchen with such a needy look on her face, that we finally decided that we would take her for a walk ourselves.
"A walk"... right. Walking Lotte goes as follows: she anxiously ogles the elevator, but then quickly agrees to hobble down the stairs. Two meters outside the front door the pees on a bit of dirt, and then refuses to move any further, until you agree to take her back upstairs (by elevator, preferably). One time, I even got out of bed at ...
... the amount of stuff we bought.
From there we went to a place by the seaside that had its own sauna and stream. Nice property. The hosts did the BBQ for us while we did the rest.
Some had a sauna, one went for a swim in the stream and a couple went for a swim in the sea, far too cold for me.
Home about 1am
... chef being filmed out the front of the hotel and at a table on the terrace, just a few up from us so my quizzy nose will be in the background of most of his interview.
Baltic food: five excellent dinners out of five, and all the breakfasts spectacular. We have been so impressed by the quality and tastiness of the food.
And tomorrow it's finally on to Scotland, where we'll see our home-from-home for the first time. I am quite excited.
... gave a speech. The streets were crowded with so many people. After that, there was still more light to come: fireworks! We lined up along the river, quite crowded but it doesn't matter for fireworks. It was an impressive show, but fireworks are always great to see.
We went on to hang out at a "folk" bar where we ate dried beans and brown bread and beer. Good times.
The next day we spent walking alot. We attempted ...
... is a human head but the interesting thing is that it could have been carved in S America or Polynesia, looking at the carving. The photo will hopefully illustrate my point.
We wanted to see more of the Art Deco style of architecture and in order to do so, our route would take us back towards Elizabetes iela once more. The one landmark that we wanted to see en route was the Brīvības piemineklis or Freedom Monument. Amazingly, ...