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... rest of the church was basic.
We made Town Hall around noon. It was a bit muggy. People will be going their separate ways today soon.
Walked past the Church of St Casimir, the first baroque church in the city. It is a Russian Orthodox church, crowned on top by indeed a crown.
The Gates of Dawn was as far south as we could go in the old town. It houses a silver-covered painting of the Virgin Mary, said to have miraculous powers.
We had an early breakfast after a restless night. The World Cup Final had kept many people up and we found it hard to sleep. Leonie was suffering barfly from her chest cold and woke up with red eyes. After breakfast Nev took a few photos around the hotel precinct that had a blend of modern and Soviet era blandness. The graffiti boys had been in action send hobos were out on the town most of the night. The German speakers left on a bus with Janis the ...
... tried some. BBQ was another big feature, only it was just the meat that was BBQ, which then became part of a dish, be it in a stew, with rice, or just BBQ meat on its own! Sausages was another major feature, wurst and that sour vegetable which I can't spell or pronounce. Then there was the Chicken Kiev, they love chicken kievs here! Funny enough I did have a conversation whilst on the trans Siberian train about chicken kievs. Specifically where ...
... little restaurant for dinner. The restaurant was called Lokus steakhouse. We had the choice from 3 different set meals. The food was excellent - I had an entree of chicken salad, followed by steak in a wine sauce (beautifully cooked and very tender). Dessert was ice cream with cherry sauce. The wine I had was a German Riesling. The old town is very interesting and we look forward to exploring further ...
... two buttons, saying (in Latvian) 'Barrier Up' and 'Barrier Down'. On receiving the signal from the checking warden, the barrier controlling warden lifts the barrier allowing the motorhome to proceed on its way. This system only operates during the peak check out periods. At other times a modified system is used. 'Barrier Up' mode is selected permanently, the barrier control man dozes in his hut, and the pass checking warden goes for lunch. So you can see ...
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