Red Roofs Hotel
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... took less than an hour and after a short walk we were there! The first time we'd be on a beach in ages! Unfortunately it wasn't as Tom had envisaged; choppy wintery waters hitting the sea wall. The beach stretched for miles and seemed to go on forever! The sea was very calm and as the beach was so good and virtually empty it was very peaceful. We randomly picked a direction and started walking along the shore. Before long the urge to see how cold the water was ...
... in his place. On Christopher's death, the gold was used to establish the first building of Riga, where his cabin had stood.
I'm near Royal Square. I've continued zig zagging down streets and alleys. Where are those Guild buildings?
I'm chlling opposite the Cats House. It has a real life basis. A Latvian was refused entry to the Great Guild, then reserved for Germans. In response, he put two black cats atop the building he owned across ...
... The food was good but a bit on the cold side and it took a long time to arrive. But we didn't mind too much. Pieter was busy sampling items from the bar. Most interesting was the local liquor. The best one was made from blackcurrants. Pieter also sampled Latvian vodka which had one hell of a kick. The worse thing was a big group of 40 arrived. The main door was open for ages an arctic breeze was swirling in. But was interesting to watch the tourists, including the 2 ...
... massive wife and his eight monsters.
We stayed in the part of the city centre that had all the Art Nouveau buildings. This is an architecture that came about at the turn of the 20th century and it's simply resplendent. The city has done a great job restoring most of the buildings. Latvia, like the other former Soviet Block countries, had a very hard time after the Russians left but their economy bloomed after they joined the EU in 2004, so much so a ...
... were many concerts going on that could be heard randomly throughout the city. There was also what I am convinced was an SCA event going on in downtown Rīga. I recognized quite a few things as probably SCAdian. If not SCAdian, then there was most assuredly a Latvian Renaissance Fair. Who would have though, me crossing the ocean only to watch part of an SCA event? It even seemed that Latvia had a version ...