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... handed out candles, and still managed to serve us some lovely tea and cake (ice cream and coffee were off the menu due to power dependency).
On Saturday, Dad did some professional review browsing, and directed us to Amrita Cafe - supposedly and Italian/Indian restaurant, but I would rather describe it as a studenty pizza joint with some wok dishes on the menu. I was quite pleased that the "pizza da casa" was a vegetarian one with - very creative - ...
... will be no rushing in the morning.
I made yet another stop this eventing, this time at the Riga Russian Theatre to see the Salvador Dali Exhibition that is open late to cater to the theatre-goers before and after the plays. It's a good idea.
MIKHAIL CHEKHOV RIGA RUSSIAN THEATRE, opened in late 1800s.
I've had too many chocolate ...
... several orders got screwed up.
The 'P' beer with 8 letters was okay. Just had one as I had only had an ice cream all day for sustenance. The restaurant got warmer and warmer. Had the pork ribs which were okay but hardly worth that wait .
If this is going to be the standard of service, I'm going to consider the supermarket route: buy something quick, no waiting and time to go walkabout.
Back to the hotel after 2130 and hit the blog, giving up after 2300.
... Killed. It. It was amazing. We were perfectly in pitch the entire time. Especially on Prometheus, where it's so easy to change keys. An adjudicator and John, both checked their tuning forks after we'd finished, and John's smile was one of the best things I think I've seen in a long time.
We were given free time again after that. We talked to some other choirs from Wales and Malaysia, but after that decided to go ...
... food and sweets and there was christmas music and people everywhere. I bought some Christmas presents and also quite a few things for my self. We also spent the days walking in the narrow streets, looking at the pretty houses. There was also a river by the Opera house who looked like a fairytale with all the snow. We also had the local food, which was served in almost every restaurant.
But people in Riga are poor, and some don't ...