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... last time I was in The Netherlands... auch!!)
So what do you do when The Parents are in town?? You go visit all the fancy places that you cannot (morally) afford by yourself, all the while enjoying the fact that The Parents still feel like they are eating for cheap.
A couple of months ago, I moved to Ķipsala, the big island right in the middle of Riga, which is a funky mix of student campus / fancy diplomats' homes / dilapidated ...
... and interestingly enough he's the only person I've ever met who went to Transnistria, the semi-independent region of Moldova that is more Soviet than European. He told a great story about trying to exchange some of the local Transnistrian currency after leaving, which has as much value as monopoly money. We had some good conversation, but I'll still take an expensive week in France over the areas he was talking about.
So thank you, Riga, everything was good!
LATVIAN RIFLEMEN MONUMENT. You've already seen this one. It's a red granite statue that stands in Old Town in front of the Occupation Museum. It was originally dedicated to the Latvian Red Riflemen some of whom became Lenin's bodyguards. Today it honors all Latvian riflemen who fought in WWI. Some Latvians want this monument taken down as it is ...
... told him her veil was a protective power, blocking even swords. Alexander did not believe it and thrust the sword at her. Piercing her, Rose died. Alexander headed for the hills where he hanged himself.
Victor came for the normal rendezvous. Seeing his lady, he grabbed her body, covering himself in blood. He was tried for her murder. On the last day of the trial, one of Alexander's staff confessed to Alexander's devious plan. He was found not guilty. Reaction ...
... of 'we got this', 'we're going to be awesome' went through the choir and suddenly we were all grinning at each other, ready to sing our hearts out.
Our set was: Let Us Cheer the Weary Traveller, Like a Child, Soon I will Be Done, and Jericho. We were amazing on all of them. Amy, especially, with her solo for Like A Child. It was just gorgeous. We'd talked as a choir a couple times about keeping our emotions in check because we'd ...