Red Roofs Hotel
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... reason it felt like the Latvians just got brutalized from all sides. I walked out of the museum wanting to give every Latvian I saw a high five for being so tough and perservering. So, I celebrated Latvia and ate dumplings and soup and drank a shot of their spicy liqueur RigaBalzam. I also went to the big central market and saw sweet peas(flowers) and all kinds of pickles and a basket man and old ladies crocheting little things and fish and cheese and polyester dresses and giant ...
... Saturday morning market adventure before, but I was sorry mistaken. This market was pure happiness in the form of smells, tastes, languages and colors. The people of Riga moved through the entire leafy, tulip-covered courtyard slowly, stopping to taste, chat and take a seat. The pace remained easygoing all morning - rushing was not a part of this Latvian scene. I tried everything from herbed cheese, to Latvian lemons, to OSTRICH meat. I chatted up a jolly old man ...
... we had a free walking tour at midday with a very enthusiastic guide. She showed us the town hall, the monuments to estonians independence and my favourite, the most expensive toilet (to build) in all of Estonia (photo attached). After this very informative 2 hour tour we headed to Kompressor for lunch. It was amazing, a pancake house that had the best savoury pancake I have ever had in my life, I chose the garlic and cheese, it was so good it gave Stuart order envy who ...
Today, the Latvians celebrate the Midsummer Night Festival for the longest day off the year. The sun rose around 4.10am, and wouldnt set until nearly 11pm. What a day for it too; Crisp clear blue skies and a pleasant 28C day. Thankfully throughout the day, I got progressively healthier and stronger as my sickness faded. Sone rest, medication overkill, sunshine, exercise and magic water just about have me on the road to recovery. More on that latter antidote later. In store for ...
... independence in 1935. In 1991, the Soviets brought in tanks to try to quell the desire for freedom, yet the Latvians made a human wall. They had no weapons, no power, only themselves, yet they managed to stop tanks in their tracks. There is now a monument to their bravery, stating "Let us never be slaves again."
Today the city of Rīga was celebrating its birthday, so we got to see a few good ...