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... off for the bikers further on. Drunk locals were waiting by tourist areas and trying to approach me a few times.
... fields, which have at least been farmed in some areas, more than in the last few countries we've travelled through. In the back waters of the countryside the little wooden houses (shacks) are reminiscent of 'The little house on the prairie'. We still don't understand why there is an absence of livestock either here or in Lithuania. Just the occasional chicken or two.
... located and, like Tallinn, consists of twisting, narrow medieval streets, sprinkled with open squares. Maybe it was the lack of sleep, or all the tourists, but I couldn’t help but draw comparisons to Tallinn and found Riga somewhat lacking. It is beautiful, with lots of neo-Classical and baroque architecture lining the streets, but it did seem to lacking something that I found very appealing in Tallinn but that I can’t quite put my finger on.
... it is even more in the way - soit.
Another slight issue is the size of the doors. Elegant though they might be, those lovely double doors aren't really wide enough to let you pass through with your weekly shopping, let alone a bike. In Anna's words: "It's like giving birth to a bicycle every morning!"
Next problem: the neighbours. Not the ones who write badly spelled letters, but the ...
... it looks better without all of that stuff blocking the building.
The castle was close to the water and John saw a bridge that led to an interesting building on the opposite side of the river. We thought the walk over the river would warm us up a bit because it was in the sunshine... nope. The interesting building was massive... about ten stories but shaped in a weird way, almost like a giant glass iceberg. It turns out that this building was the national ...