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The restaurant was quite deserted (it was rather late on a Thursday), but that gave the waiter lots of time to make us feel right at home (in a very posh, taste-the-wine-before-I-pour kinda way). Both my parents and the waiter seemed to immensely enjoy the fact that I spoke Latvian, so I had to translate the entire menu, the orders, and my speciality: the wine suggestions. Although the number of vegetarian options left something to be desired, the quality ...
... and rested back at the hotel before going to the shopping center, Galerija Centrs. It wasn't far and I wanted to see how it was. In addition, there's an interesting museum about the building. The shopping area is on 5 floors, open unit 9pm all week and the interior is much nicer than expected. The museum covers the periods before construction in 1938 then before ...
... former Gardener's House there is an exhibit on the Liv tribe. Many artefacts have been found about the property rethe life and times of the oldest known Latvians.
The castle itself was last up. There was a tower to climb for the less than satisfactory views. Other lower wings had good exhibits about prison life, the church, guards and the like.
Left after 1645 for the final push to Riga. A video on the country gave us a sense of what we will ...
... we left the building, that's when the tears started. Everyone was standing outside, crying because it had been such a beautiful performance and we'd shared such a good choir connection. Even John was crying, which was something in itself. And then, when we were walking away, someone came up to Amy and told her how wonderful her solo was. What Amy didn't realise until we told her was that it was one of our adjudicators. What a way to top the day!
... and then to the St Peter `s Church where there was free concert. We both enjoy concerts so we listened to the brilliant singing and delightful music, after all the problems the concert cheered us up. There were Christmas trees and decorations everywhere, we saw the House of Blackheads which has interesting architecture. There were large number of people outside the building holding a meeting, ...
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