Radisson Blu Elizabete Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
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... 2 rides. It turned out we only needed two rides, so we left one ticket with our hosts for their use another time. On the tram we duly pressed our ticket against the machine once, and then twice, and it flashed green each time, so seemed to be fine. Not so. When the inspectors got on, which we had seen then do relatively often, they were not happy. The first woman tutted and said something we couldn't understand. We tried to explain that it was ...
... the Occupation Museum. It was well laid out, obviously in chronological fashion. There were descriptions in English, complimented by photographs and paraphrenalia gathered over the decades. The detail was not so overwhelming that you would lose interest. It was an hour or so well spent.
Went to a church behind St Peter's for exterior shots. I only later found out it was St John's Church.
Started heading back. Stopped to get oriented in the park we ...
... celebration in this part of the world and 93% of accommodation in Vilnius, Lithuania, was already booked solid for this weekend. We still hadn't found any accommodation for the weekend so we then spent the next THREE hours cajoling, cursing and threatening our Ipad to allow us to book 2 nights there. Every time we got close to a booking, we'd punch in our credit card numbers, hold our breath and then the page would either shut down, refuse our credit ...
... and Latvian). Although I definitely used it a lot, I could also tell that Latvians were never eager to use it and the staunch independence and nationalism of the Latvians was sometimes pretty clear (aka most of the Russian signs have been taken down).
The food here was literally identical to my grandma's cooking. Piroshki (dough covered meat), blini (fried piroshki), plov (rice ...
Okay, so I kinda lied at the end of my last entry. I had a five hour layover in Rīga, Latvia between Tallinn and Tel Aviv, Israel, and decided to take the opportunity to blitz through the old town. With the city about 40 minutes away from the airport by bus though, time was tight.
I certainly didn't make it easy for myself by getting lost immediately after stepping off the bus. Turns out I had taken it too far - but ...