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... two because it puts money back into the economy. Then we took a walk around another harbour which is no longer in operation. They are slowly turning the abandoned buildings into shops and restaurants. After these buildings you could tell we we're leaving the city behind us. The buildings were becoming a lot like the soviet type buildings which is known as little Russia. One of the buildings looked really familiar. It was the same style of building that I have seen pictures of ...
Lab vakar! (lab = good; vakar = evening)
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It has been a few nights that I've slept well, straight through the night but I feel more tired the next day. Last night was ...
... leave it with newly installed remblokjes and specially imported HEMA fietslampjes, so I'm not utterly evil.
By this time, Anna and I had moved into our new apartment in the Silent Center and a lot had changed since my first story about my adventures as a cyclist. For starters, it actually became Spring, and then early Summer, which meant that I was no longer the only cyclist in Rīga. Also, Anna went to Sigulda, too, ...
Just as I am beginning to master the lita ($0.38), I am going to have to learn to handle the lat ($1.8). We board the bus and leave our hotel for Latvia promptly at 8:15. On our way out of town we pass a large pink sculpture of a stork egg. The stork is the national bird of Lithuania, and there are more here (13, 500 pair of nesting storks) than anywhere except for Strassbourg, FR. Close by, we catch a quick glimpse of the bust of Frank Zappa, ...
... I just sat in an empty seat until the person who had reserved it came along and asked for his seat. I moved around several carriages with the same thing happening. Finally the train was full with people sitting in their reserved seats and I didn't have a seat anywhere so ended up standing in the area between coaches. Not a nice ride. Nor did I realize you could buy a ticket and not be guaranteed a seat. Then I had to change trains to get into Slovakia ...