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... difference between a tourist and a traveler, roomie.
Left after 1800. Sarah recommended a road in the old town in the northwest quadrant; something for tomorrow.
The Orthodox cathedral had a service underway so I hung back. It had soft blues, many saintly depictions and ornate iconostases.
Continued into the old town looking for the place re the black balsam. Stumbled on it eventually after more pix of the House of the Blackheads. Had ...
... a very comfortable, 2 storied coach with tea, coffee, toilet, wifi and personal video screens in every seat for the 4 hour trip to the capital city of Latvia, Riga. Very stylish!
Mandy caught up on yet even more sleep while Steve watched the "Life of Pi" on the personal screen but missed the last 10 minutes of it as the bus pulled into Riga. Someone please help - did Richard Parker survive or was it all just a metaphor for Pi's survival against ...
... Fruit/Veg, Fish, Meats 'Other' stuff. Worth a visit for sure!!! After a bit of shopping, we headed back into town and carried on walking.
The occupation museum was good but slightly let down as they have moved it to a temporary building. Only 1/5 of the exhibition is available, nevertheless it was good and interesting to see how Latvia has come about. I think it'll be even better when it reopens up ...
... but I saw enough to have a very hollow feeling of sadness sit with me. After this sad educational experience we decided to do one of our favourite hobbies on this trip, buy a beer each and sit at a table on the street and people watch. it was good fun just having a laugh, just Stuart and me. I enjoy our 'us' time; sometimes I have to pinch myself that we are really doing this, we are really here. For dinner we met up with Emma and Mel, we settled on an Italian restaurant and ...
Riga the capital of Latvia. To write about this town would be a repeat of what I wrote about Estonia and I feel that soon, when I move to Lithuania it will be a similar story again. The Baltic states are very small with not many people residing in the them. There history is almost identical as they were ruled over or subdued by the same rulers as Estonia. Their town centers are similar. Old city ...