Red Roofs Hotel
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... it tasted really dry. We estimated its age to be about a week old. There weren't really any sit down places to eat (usually markets like these have local foods for cheap, ya know?). We saw one place that sold fried stuff with potatoes for 2 euros... But yeah. Then we walked over to the freedom monument. Funnily, there was a McDonalds right across from it. The true representation of freedom right there.. There is supposed a changing of guards at the hour every hour from ...
... I assure you it was purely coincidental *cough*. I shouldered my pack and made my way to the bus station. Thankfully it wasn’t raining. I got on the bus and was hoping to get some sleep. The other buses I’ve been on this past fortnight have always made me sleepy and seen me nod off. But maybe it was because I was overtired that I found it really hard to sleep. I dozed on and off but nothing that refreshing.
I was awake for the border crossing to ...
... Klavs) who drove me into Old Riga where I am staying and gave me a foot tour of old town. Bed was not until 3 or so. I was exhausted, but so impressed with the hospitality. I tried to sleep the next morning but jetlag was in full effect. That night, Klavs picked me up and took me to his home where the family lives and I met his sisters and the four of us pregamed before Ingvars (DD) drove us back to Old Riga for a night out. I'll try not to go into details too much ...
... of time) these men would leave the cabin with a can of oil and come back with a pair of shoes. Or they would leave with a couple of table-clothes and come back with a bag of blood plasma. All the traders were doing it all up and down the carriage and I expect they were doing it with other cars as well. They were all getting down to exactly the amount of each product that was legal for them to carry across the border. We walked up and down the carriage ...
... the same, all called Stalin's birthday cake, apparently it was a good thing to do, or else.
If anyone can explain the street art showing an exploding sausage, let me know. Must be something cultural!
Apparently the tradition of lights on Christmas trees was started here by the, 'Guild for the Unmarried Tradesman', although their tradition ended with burning ...