Radisson Blu Elizabete Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... rush hour, which I had to do a couple of weeks later. Taking Anna along as my navigator, I had to drive to the wholesale store to get supplies for one of our workshops. We found our way there just fine, having carefully plotted the most optimal route. The way back, though... "we know where our office is, right..?"
I already knew that about 50% of the streets in Rīga are one-way. But what I hadn't realised as a ...
Didn't do that much in the morning, did visit the opera house though, could not get in, but it is an impressive building.
After lunch met all the others and went for our castles and sauna tour.
First up were 2 castles and a legendary cave. After those, we went to a supermarket to get stuff for a BBQ. well we shopped ...
... and giant snowflakes. They looked a bit out of place with no real snow around them, but were pretty none the less. We also saw the giant statue of a lady holding up stars (the freedom statue?). Instead of heading into the center of old town we kept to the outside and walked past the Riga Castle. It was not much of a castle as far as pretty towers and detail go, but I guess you could call it a castle. There was a bunch of restoration work going on on the exterior... ...
... check out the pics. From here we walked along the river, over the bridge and back into the old town. The old town wasn't as cute and pretty as Tallinn, but was still nice in its own way. We also saw the 'blackheads house' which is the building of an old gentlemans club through the baltic region, but basically they had cool buildings. We wandered through the rest of old town ...
... found this to be an easy and effective way to calm both my body and my nerves and the parks here are completely soothing. So at about 9:00 I started my walk by heading to the far end of the park with the idea of working my way back toward my hotel (slowly) and then showering and stuff. Knowing how lovely it is here and not wanting to push myself too hard, I decided to take my camera with me so I could stop and take pictures along my morning walk, because on the far side of ...