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... the Eiffel Tower looking Riga TV and Radio Tower which is the tallest structure in the Baltic States. Above the Church, a rooster is fixed which is little above 5 feet. One side of the rooster is painted gold and the other is painted black. Such rooster is fixed almost above all the churches in Riga which is a wind indicator and also protects the city from evil eye. Legend says that if the gold part of the rooster is seen in the city, then it's a good sign but if the black part ...
... Janny had to close.
But now we're taking reservations again! In fact, November has already been booked by my lovely brother (Google Translate doesn't know what to do with 'broerlief') and his better half. And this month, my oldest and sweetest friend from Leeuwarden (I don't know any other people from there, so I can safely say that without insulting anyone) finally found some time to ...
... exteriors in glass and metal came from Eisenstein the father of the Russian film director. We toured the Old Town and saw choirs practising by the canal. The scene as reminiscent of Christchurch before the earthquake. The Freedom Statue marked the boundary between the old and new. The town was abuzz with music. The weather was warm but moving from shady to warm environments took its toll, We rested back in the hotel. A few excursions ...
... with him.
Hannah and I headed back to the hostel and before midnight we already have three people in our room asleep. This is just one of the things you run into in a dorm. It's more difficult getting ready for bed in the dark when everything is still in your bag, but that's what we all sign up for. I'm all done now and heading to bed so tomorrow I can check out the free walking tour of Riga. I hope it's nice weather again. Today was ...
... just like Lithuania.
The hostel shared an entrance with McDonalds, of all places. It was an apartment up on the third floor of a building just on the edge of Riga's historic Old Town district. I was told to take my boots off when I got inside and that was just one of many things that made the place feel so homely. For real, it was one of those hostels that's so nice and cosy that you almost don't feel like getting up and going outside.