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... horrendous with people sleep on one large bunk with no mattress or blanket. Sometimes it would get so cold their hair would freeze and if they got up to use the toilet they'd lose their spot so many didn't bother! The unsanitary conditions as well as lack of food and an insane workload meant that the death rate soared. At one point I was actually relieved when the Nazis invaded because they seemed so much nicer than the Russians had been! After many years and a lot ...
... Riga and the real citizens of Riga engaged in everyday life. The area is called Moscow South.
The Central Market has four huge market buildings: fish, vegetables, everyday stuff, the final one like a supermarket. Blueberries were popular. Other stalls out in the open sold basics. The entire area was where the average Rigan might be found.
The Academy of Sciences was Riga's first skyscraper. It is known as Stalin's birthday cake for its ...
... small charge of 7 euros for the lift but the views are worth it.
Santa`s Fun Run
After St Peters church we went to town centre which had all the Christmas and New Year decorations on with elegant churches and some beautiful buildings with interesting architecture but the main Highlight was the Santa`s Fair.
Santa`s Fair was hilarious as there were over 200 people dressed as ...
... local beer and their special garlic bread - nothing like we are use to but delicious. Spotting a few interesting caves earlier in the visitors centre, that are on the outskirts of town so we headed off. A small walk brought us to the little devils cave, being16m long and it is said this is where he lived and if you go there at midnight you can see him riding a horse with 7 heads. Kate wouldn't go to the end of course even with her trusty head ...
... one room" so that if you had a three-bedroom apartment, you could see two additional families with children move into your home and occupy your kitchen, bathroom and living room. Lovely... After the communist regime was destroyed, some of the home owners tried to get their properties back since these rightfully belonged to them. Except, by law, you can't evict anyone from your property so even if you gained back your house, you still can't get rid of ...