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- Airport Transportation
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- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... who was the most laid back tour guide I've had so far. It was a small group of around fifteen which made it more personal somehow. After the two hours were up, I bought some street food from stall with food in bubbling cauldrons - I had hot spuds and sauerkraut, which were delicious.
... would become the country it is today. But we still hold on to that 18th of November!
I had expected to see loads and loads of drunk people sporting national colours, but I guess that's my Queen's Day experience talking. I do have to say that I now fully appreciate Beatrix' decision to celebrate her birthday in April - Latvian Autumn is just not the time or place for public outdoors celebrations!
The only ...
... my shopping sprees on his back like a little mule. Even Dusty has gone the way of the roll-on so it should be ok... He is after all, the hippie of hippies when it comes to organic food, composting and travelling.
One of the better things about partaking in a tour group is that you get to meet a lot of interesting people (and a few brutally annoying people as well). That evening, we shared a table and chatted with two ladies from England and two ...
... which presents an awesome challenge in trying to keep up. I met an Latvian guy who wanted to get it together on "Get it together". In my opinion we rocked it, and rocked the crowd well! This track is particularly good because it is not so fast.
In any event, the night carried on to the club of choice and we managed to dance and carry on in an acceptable fashion! No laws were broken!
Best from Latvia,
... tour!! We engaged in an amazing conversation, then I showed her my newly purchased stamp collection. There was another short discussion and then, she turned over her purse, dumped out some things on the table reached across and gave me a coin purse from the 1960’s, made in a local factory (now closed, but once very active) and insisted I take it with me!! She was wonderfully kind and I love her. Next-door is an amazingly quirky hairdresser’s with only one chair ...