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- Indoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Hot tub
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... that you realize you've moved up in the world.
Full of lovely trails this sleepy community whittles the days away wandering the forests seeking out hidden castles. We want to go kayaking but the water level is extremely low and decide to hike the area.
The first trail we take scours partially down a cliff side to check out an ancient graffitied cave. Slightly anti ...
Slightly disturbed night's sleep but managed to drift back off after I woke up. The snoring coming from the other bunks didn't help though. Got up before everyone else in the dorm (well, they are students), showered, ate a meager breakfast and made my way to the bus station. Today, I'm heading out of Riga to Gautja National Park and the town of Sigulda.
Caught a bus in short order. It's only an hour's drive to Sigulda from Riga. Hit a slight snag when the bus dropped me ...
... accidentally skipped paying by climbing up the side of a hill (Mt.Everest in my eyes!)
Our driver took us to Legatne and was happy to wait the hour whilst we joined a Latvian tour group. English tour was tomorrow but I will be on a plane home so it was this option or don't see it at all. And as I love stuff like this, I was prepared to not understand the language guide. She did however point out what the rooms were as we went around in English.
The bunker ...
... antennas survived, the Secretary of State could go on the air and tell you when you could expect to die. In Latvia, I guess the comrades on the surface were on their own. However the KGB did have a room that could bug everybody in the bunker, and in the hotel, and report the results on a direct line to Moscow. The accommodation was pretty basic in the Latvian bunker, and did not include any beds. Strange for what was to have been a three month stay. However Comrade General ...
... inside and also have a very pretty black cat running around.
In Sigulda, they have built a stage in the courtyard and lots of seats and benches and hold summer concerts there. The area is quite beautiful and in the countryside around it are many hiking paths and such. The woods are protected and most of Latvia is protecting their forests and such. This area is where their first national park was started. In their forests, they have boars and ...