Radisson Blu Elizabete Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... them at there table and got drinking. We stayed here for a couple of hours before heading to a club. We got told about this club called Rock café. I couldn't get in because I was wearing jogging bottoms so them three went in whilst I ran back to the hostel to put on my jeans. Thankfully it didn't take me long to find them because this club was huge. We weren't allowed upstairs because we had our coats with us. Myself and Tom wanted to check it out so we left our coats ...
... music and seats, and construction is still taking place; I imagine on a Saturday night it must get busy and loud. There are events hosted every day such as dance classes, movie screenings and poetry readings.
I saw behind the giant trees, the Nativity of Christ Cathedral. I had posted a picture of it yesterday because I didn't expect to make it that far. It's the largest Orthodox ...
... times during that song (most memorably in our recording session) and you can feel emotions for and about the song, but crying doesn't translate well into singing. So, as a choir, we managed to keep it in check during the song, which was fantastic, but singing Soon I Will Be Done right after was really hard. I could definitely see a couple people crying (including a couple adjudicators). We ended with a bang for Jericho.
... Russian or Soviet Union people and 50% true blooded Latvians. Knowing this information I have now come up with a good way to deal with the angry people in this society. Anyone who gives me the s**ts is now a direct relative of the Soviet Union and anyone who is nice is clearly a true blooded Latvian. After arming myself with this new information it was easy to take all the s**t that came my way as I now had someone to blame. Overall Latvia you have been great... half the time. ...
... We met the small group for the tour and our crazy tour guide and went on our way for the 2.5hr tour around Rigas 'new town' (their new town is still over 100years old, but its new compared to there old town...). So we went through the Riga markets (in buildings with the roofs of old WWII hangers) that smelt of fish and pickles, through the Moscow area (a large, poor, shifty area ...