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Travel Blogs from Saulkrasti
... a series of upcycling workshops at the 96th Vidusskola (in true Soviet practice, schools usually don't have names, but numbers), leaving Kate all alone in the huge apartment with dog Lotte.
We met up again at the homo ecos: office, where we welcomed a small but interested group of participants, one of which was a professor at the Faculty of Literature and Folklore! Given the difficulty of the topic and the diversity of the audience, I think Kate did a ...
... s home gallery, Polikarpa Cernavska. His pottery is in the traditional style and colours of this region. Maurice bought a couple of small clay bells to hang outside on our verandah at home. Then we drove to a private park, Krustakalns, which is full of huge, wooden sculptures portraying various parts of the Bible. It's landscaped with many plantings, small lakes and bridges. Dinner was at a small cafe in Aglona, after which we ended ...
... alternative, hastily settling for Saulkrasti.
The initial problem was that nobody at the hostel had heard of this beach. We asked around to a few locals who also looked perplexed and by the time we finally figured out which train station / platform we had to take, the woman at the desk stared as if we didn't know what we were letting ourselves in for. She was correct, beyond a few grainy google images, we were clueless.
Our almost ...
... you'll know they are together because they dress alike.
As I sit here typing this--at the hotel bar--a group heads for the street yelling and behaving badly as they exit the hotel. Everyone seems to ignore them--or tries to ignore them. It is hard for me to imaging how anyone could be so uncouth. But, they are.
One final note: the streets are full of street musicians playing for coins tossed in their instrument cases or, in one case, in an ...
... they have started something awesome in Kaunas. Hele took us out on a night tour of old town in search for a bar which was open but as we found wasnt easy. Had an interesing dark lithuanian ale at the only bar we found open and was off to bed.
We all woke up and did a similar walkin tour during the day and started planning for Trakai b4 we hit Vilnius that ...
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Ainazu Strasse 74, Saulkrasti | 3 star hotelfrom $66