Radisson Blu Elizabete Hotel
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... who have layovers) can jump on and make music. I also saw the bike infrastructure, which is interesting. There is only one bike lane, and bikes go both directions in the narrow lane. I decided to follow the lane and see what happened. Here are my observations on bicycle infrastructure:
- Busy bike ways have their own lights with counters (like in the Netherlands), but these counters also count how much time bikes and pedestrians have to cross before ...
... and was wandering town like a bear come out of hibernation. I couldnt find anything appealing and made my way across old town back to where the central market was and my hostel.
There was ...
... I guess it can be compared to Eindhoven's Glow festival: lots of artists light up buildings and installations and project (3D) movies. This year was the festival's 7th aniversary, and it was set up extra big and international because of Rigas Cultural Capitalness.
My favourite movie was the one shown closest to our house, on Kongresu Nams: United Fish - a touching story of strangely mechanical musical sea creatures that ...
... the terminal exactly 45 minutes before take-off, quickly buzz through customs and security, and sit down in between the crowd of passengers for Tashkent. Right on time!
We study the faces of the people around us, and can't really decide yet on any typical Central Asian features. We're surrounded by a mixture of Turkish, Chinese, Indian, Russian and European faces. And where are the long skirts and head scarves?? ...
... we've used already we just got confused. It was weird because he then wanted to give us a tour and take us directly to the supermarket luckily we got rid of him as a convenience store popped up and we asked in there how to get to a large supermarket. The funny thing is we didn't realise we'd been scammed until we tried to use the money at the supermarket!
Now we're just chilling ready for a busy day tomorrow :)
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