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... the old town now where most of the sights were. This led me to Freedom Square where soldiers stand guard to a tall monument.
... designated U-turn-lane, or just at a random intersection of your choice).
Upon complaining about this weird infrastructural problem (and the subsequent detour and delay that we suffered) my colleague Lelde exclaimed: "so you mean that in Holland, you can just turn left whenever you like???". Yes, that's one of the advantages of being born in the Kingdom of The Netherlands: legal drugs, good cheese, and the freedom to turn left whenever you like!
... the hostel to warm up a bit. Even though it was almost 1pm, there was still breakfast food out on the table and we helped ourselves to another round. Why not, right? It took us about a half hour to warm up enough and gather up enough will power to want to go back out into the cold.
On our second venture out we stopped by the clock tower so that Johnny could get his LATVIA! picture. This picture has a history with his band days at Ohio University. Short story is ...
... Latvian that he wanted money to eat (score drugs) while texting on his phone. I just kept saying, “Noi understando,” assuming this was the Italian version of “I don’t understand”. Just as he was about to give up, Jo said, “Sorry but we have no money,”... in English! Hmmmm, he quickly gathered that we either learnt English very f**king fast or we were lying to him. Either way he sprouted some Latvian/Baltic saying that was not ...
... city yesterday, not the "old-old" part that we explored today. Our driving tour takes us first to the art noveau part of the city. Apparently Riga is world famous for its art noveau architecture (who knew?). Quite a number of them have been well restored as well. Our guide tells us that after the Soviet system came crashing down in 1991, housing was privatised, and previous owners were able to reclaim buildings that had been turned into housing commission ...
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