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... Valga. The bus driver played a video on Estonia, much of which was familiar to us over the last five full days.
It's only 186k to Riga by 0850 but we have many stops and diversions. The landscape is green.
The town of Valga is the same on both sides of the border. It is a sleepy place with many wooden buildings. We reached Latvia at 0910, Riga some 156k away.
Simona gave us a wealth of data on our new country, including Christmas as a nine ...
... deny access or threaten us with legal action. Steve's Westpac card gave up and was denied access. Curse you, Westpac!! I bloody well know what my pin number is! Hotels would raise their rates as we despairingly stared at the page and still nothing happened.
Somehow during the fray, Steve managed to accidentally book us into a nights' accommodation at a 4 star hotel for this very night in Vilnius. Even though tonight was the only night ...
... was about the Santa's fair, It is still worthwhile to see it from outside if you are in Riga.
We enjoyed our walk and my daughter felt the cold as she had just come from the hot climate of Hong Kong but she is a tough cookie. We went back to the hotel, ordered the room service which was fine and we went for the spa in the hotel which was really lovely, the hotel is new so the facilities were really ...
... to their original beauty. From there we went to old Riga which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We walked to the town square and saw the House of the Blackheads which was a guild that had St Mauritius as its patron saint. We then saw St. Peter's, St. John's and St Jacob's churches. Latvia is predominantly Lutheran. We then walked to the Three Brothers, the oldest buildings in Riga and the remains of ...
... she had won a competition with the group she was going with and the winners of the competition were granted a trip to the UK. I had never heard of anything like it but unfortunately, we did not speak a lot because she had just gotten a concussion the day before and was really tired but her story was quite interesting for the duration of our time talking.
As I boarded the plane from Newark to Oslo, Norway, I was greeted by Norwegian newspapers and a ...