Semarah Hotel Lielupe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... we did not get rid of them ourselves.
Anna tried to lighten the mood with a photo of a happy cycling Einstein and a "have you hugged your neighbour today?"-sticker, but this only led to us finding one more note on our steel stallions. I then decided to kindly request these Note Nazis to act like grown-ups and talk to me personally, signing with my full name, phone number, home address, ...
... was traditional golf music, while the other was a professional orchestra and singer, so we spent some time listening to both. I think they were doing rehearsals for performances tomorrow, but both groups were fantastic. We were told Latvians love to sing and these performances showed us they do it well! Unfortunately, we won't see any of the actual performances as we leave early tomorrow for ...
... single rose for the leading lady, a bouquet for the choreographer or the conductor. Not so in Latvia.
There. Must. Be. More. Flowers.
You simply cannot go to a dance or music recital without flowers. And either everybody knows somebody on stage, or some people just bring flowers to give to a random performer.
At the anniversary performance in Ogre, I thought that it was very cool that the dance group thanked ...
... which turned out to be really cool. The traditional music and the happy skip-step and the intricate patterns really make you want to smile out loud, and even the little kid's groups were extremely disciplined and cute. And there are so many boys here that have some sense of rhythm!! I'm seriously considering applying to a dance company in Riga!
One thing that I thought was really cool was the way the acknowledgements had been weaved into the show. ...
... before wandering around the city. It was pretty cold out as it had started to snow, and it wasn't very fun to walk around as the snow seemed to be driving into your face no matter which direction you were walking. Back at the hostel the Americans and the others in my room (two German girls and another American) decided to go out drinking, but I was pretty tired so I had an early night and tried to get a bit of extra sleep.