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... called it a night.
Wednesday morning we had a walking tour of the Old Town, reconfirming exactly how small the city of Riga was. In the matter of 2 hours, we had toured practically all of the Old City, seeing all of the old churches, city halls, and government buildings. We had the rest of the afternoon free and I set out to accomplish everything Anna (one of Tiffany's old roommates from Latvia) told me to do. Because of the small size of Riga, it wasn't ...
... in the showers right outside the community computers and they are not making it secret what they are up to. I guess as long as they come out smelling better... Gross.
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... amazing part of the day was definitely the Ethnographic Museum of Latvia. You would expect this to be a boring museum indoors, but we actually took a bus to the edge of Riga on a beautiful lake. The museum was a huge outdoor park filled with estates, barns, granaries, outposts and churches from the 1500's and 1600's when Latvia's first tribes were formed.
At one point, we ...
... any of the traders who now were all in a fantastic move and laughing and celebrating that they have made it through customs again.
It wasn't long before the train pulled up to its first Mongolian station and there were many men waiting there for their friends with goods. Our carriage emptied very rapidly, even the cabins that had been full to the ceiling of boxes and then it was just us, all alone, in our cabin, with every single trader gone ...
... here today than yesterday so I took the opportunity to snap a few more photos without the crowds in them.
I returned to the Museum and found a few more members of the Tucan group were now there. I spent a considerable amount of time reading the exhibits. The exhibits were set out in a timeline, covering the era from 1940 to 1991. During this period Latvia was occupied by the USSR in 1940, Nazi Germany from 1941 to 1944 and the USSR again from 1944 ...