Radisson Blu Ridzene Hotel
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... of when the Soviet's controlled Latvia. The museum was really interesting and I learnt a great deal about what they suffered through and more about the Baltic States in general, I spent hours in this small museum just reading everything I could. It has been my favourite educational museum so far.
After the museum we headed to lunch in town before just walking the streets, there was not much else to see in the town that we hadnt ...
... is a lovely "Art Nouveau" area with some really special buildings that I thought I may want to photograph while I was already in that area. As an interesting note, the tourist map I have, is divided by building type rather than neighborhood due to the amazing mix of styles displayed. For example; the numbered dots, indicating a "sight" are color coded by building type.
In addition to the "Art Nouveau" buildings in this area, are some of the old fashioned wood ...
... is nothing wrong with Riga at all. It's very pretty and I imagine mom would be happy here for days, admiring the many boulevard gardens and planters full of flowers and vines. I guess it's just that Riga - the part we saw - failed to challenge us mentally or physically, and we realized that we don't know how to just sit back and enjoy the ride anymore.
We are now on our way to Tallinn, on a luxurious bus with wifi, a cappuccino machine and huge reclining ...
... Powder Tower, the Swedish Gate, the Parilament building, St Jacob's Church, the Three Brothers, the Dome Cathedral, Jacob's Barricks, the Great Guild, the Small Guild, the Cat's House, the Freedom Monument, St George's Church, St John's Church, St Peter's Church, the House of Black Heads, the Orthodox Cathedral and visited the War Museum where I learnt about Latvia's war history under the occupation of Soviet and Nazi Germany regiemes. This museum was ...
... AM. Everyone seems to have caught up on their sleep by now, though, but Estonians sure like to party when they put their minds to it. May Day in Tartu certainly didn't disappoint, as the weather turned up in fine form (mid 60s, no clouds, light breeze) and all the street vendors showed up as well. The downtown/Old Town area was transformed into one giant open-air market selling knitted pieces, fruits, vegetables, honey, bread, cheese, stonework, woodwork, flowers, and all ...
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