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Tloday is Saturday, July 6th. We toured the Art Nouveau section of the city and then went over to the Central Market. For lunch we went to a lovely restaurant called Twelve-Twenty and listened to folk music with performers in their native costume. That afternoon we went on a Jewish Heritage tour of Riga and visited the Old Ghetto, the …
... find out that we were about to be entertained with a lovely private concert by one of the opera singers. After the concert we then went on to the Grand Palace Hotel where we stayed for 2 days. We arrived at our hotel and Bob immediately changed our room. It turns out that the town of Riga has a music festival which occurs every five years and ...
... awhile they decided that the one thing that I had to see in Copenhagen was a place called Christiania, so my plans for the following day were set. Apparently Christiana is kind of a self proclaimed sovereign state where the residents make their own laws (well used to be anyway), its basically like a big hippy commune in the middle of Copenhagen, where there is some cool bars and places to eat, dirty knee length dreadlocks everywhere and of course, weed weed ...
... officials checked everyone's identification documents. If our driver was indeed on a mission to have at Riga early he succeeded, we were there 20 minutes ahead of schedule.
Our hotel for our two night stay was the Hotel Irina. The hotel was not too far from the bus station, so there was no need for local busses or trams, it was a relatively easy walk. We checked into our rooms and arranged a time to meet Sara for ...
... city yesterday, not the "old-old" part that we explored today. Our driving tour takes us first to the art noveau part of the city. Apparently Riga is world famous for its art noveau architecture (who knew?). Quite a number of them have been well restored as well. Our guide tells us that after the Soviet system came crashing down in 1991, housing was privatised, and previous owners were able to reclaim buildings that had been turned into housing commission ...
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