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... Some are very old, but others are very new and modern. The Baltic Seas are cold never getting above the 60s but the sunshine makes up for it. Today was 80. Back in Riga we did a quick panoramic tour of this working city. Riga is 50% Russian. It is considered a green city with lots of parks. Most of the citizen live in soviet style apartment, ...
Due to some summit and different restrictions and safety controls, we had to be at the Airport at least 3 hours before the flight. So we were. It was not so bad actually, though we had plenty of time to spend at the Airport. In some minutes, we will be on board. I'm hoping to have some nap during the ...
... Jesus appear rather fat. This cracked us both up, Ally in particular who had to pretend he was coughing so he didn't offend the lady sitting at the side! The other church was St Nicholas Russian Orthodox Church which was being restored externally but had some adorable Easter decorations in its garden. Around the town we noticed serval cow statues; a police cow, a travel cow, a rocking cow, which are left from a 2002 exhibition. We walked along the promenade ...
... District, and a glass of hot wine brought an end to the evening. Yesterday morning I set out for a pancake feast, and for 5€ I ate apple pancakes, caramel pancakes and cottage cheese pancakes. It was a scrumptious morning, let me tell you. As if the pancakes weren't enough, I decided to follow them up with the Concerto Piccolo, a pipe organ concert at the Riga Dome Cathedral, to get my day going. After the concert, I found myself strolling along the ...
... and some cakes at a bakery for €1,93 (yes, they are very precise, if possible, they sell the cakes by the gram).
And then there are the more specialized tea shops, that stock not only Japanese green tea, Chinese Pu-Erh and Argentinian Mate, but also have a rich variety of (Latvian) herbal mixtures: St John's wort, linden blossom, nettles, and many more that I can't even pronounce. My favourite one is Apsara tejnīca by the opera house, where you ...