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... We got a recommendation for a hostel in Tartu- Cinnamon Sally. That's the great thing about staying at hostels. You get recommendations. We're staying away from the party hostels. Been there, done that. Instead, we're looking for good chill spaces to meet people and kitchens where you can cook an occasional meal. This place is on the 3rd floor of a grand building above a McDonalds. That's not so grand, but the location and price ...
... watch a couple of the games for a while. We weren’t sure how important or really how big a deal the tournament was, but the young people seemed very skilled and the competition between countries was quite intense.
By the time we’d left the tournament, we were in the thick of the buildings, churches, and sites of old town Riga…and in the thick of the crowds. Though never overwhelming, there were lots of people ...
Today was our best weather day and we took full advantage, walking all day and covering pretty much all of Vecriga (old Riga) and even wandering later into the small island of Kipsala.
We started our day by heading straight toward's St. Peter's Church, where we could go up to the top of the steeple to see the view of the city. Unlike in Tallinn, this time there was an elevator. The view was spectacular. This was the highest point in the city, by a ...
... girls in the hostel said to me, "Riga is all very nice, but get outside of the city and it's nothing but Soviet housing blocks."
That's not to say it's bad, but on just the other side of the Art Nouveau district I noticed a distinct downturn in appearance and atmosphere. Don't take that as a slant against Riga, because I really liked the city, but it's just worth remembering that the hustle and affluence of some parts of the city does not represent ...
... inside the entrance to the mall, what should I find but a blessed Cambio which was happy to take my E100 and give me 62 Lat, and I could trot back even faster to my poor old bloke in the baking sun. My route took me back past the bus station again, and what should I spy not 10 m from where we had got off the bus, and about 40m from where Gray was, but about fifteen cash machines, representing every bank in the known universe.
So I panted back to the taxi rank, ...