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... WW2, now there is one.Our tour guide Kadi is great, the tunnels have been used for many purposes, refuge during the bombings in WW 2 and for punk rebels during the seventies, there is even a ghost...... Thankfully, we are barred from the section where the spiders and bats now call home.
Back in time, Last night, Beatle tribute band
Tonight it is 1978, Disco dancing
We return to the ship and are surprised by chocolate strawberries sent by ...
... had probably gained less knowledge or information about the town than Cathy and I had in our own exploration. They weren’t too happy about that part, but had generally enjoyed the experience they had had.
Tonight’s show was a performance by a Broadway performer. She paid tribute to the songs and singing of a variety of influential women in the music industry. She had a great voice and Cathy and I really enjoyed this show. Bed time…to get ready for Riga ...
... Estonian Country" restaurant, where Emily wanted to try local cuisine. We started with an appetizer of fried bread, which was just as delicious as it sounds. It was served with a garlicy cheese sauce. While I played it safe with my entrée, Emily ordered the blood sausage, which was served with the thickest, most undercooked slabs of bacon I’ve seen. Not to go into too much detail about the blood sausage, but… Even the name didn’t do justice to how gross it ...
... it was just a few minutes away that was my first stop. The sky bar itself was closed, not even being 8:00am yet, but the elevator up is all glass and gives equally panoramic views of Riga. There are two lifts, one on each side of the hotel. Therefore I took one lift up, got a photo, took the lift back down to the ground floor, got in the other lift and repeated the process so I could see both sides. From there I got back on the bike and rode an hour or so to Sigulda Castle, ...
We arrived to a cold (40 degrees), windy and rainy day. Some people in the U.K. said they call them "Baltic Days" in the U.K. Remember we are on the Baltic Sea.
Today we toured Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Dome Church (St Mary's Cathedral,Tallin's oldest church) and Old Town , and the 14th Century walled Rakvere Castle.