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... and got a kebab roll for 1.50 Eu which was finally filling.
Finally I went to the supermarket in the train station to stock up on supplies. My total came to 2.20 Eu ($2.50) for a bunch of items. The drink was mint flavoured which was like drinking toothpaste!.
After a somewhat ...
... was a middle aged Latvian guy I was pretty sure I had seen at karaoke last night (there was a Valdis and an Uldis.. I think he might've been Valdis). Then the regular drawings began! Everything took a while because the MC repeated things in three languages. After a while, she kind of just stuck with Latvian although she did have the courtesy of saying the winning numbers in English. The prizes were straight from the duty free shop: perfumes, liquor, wine, candy, and ...
... of the Blackheads. No this isn’t a museum about acne, but the guild house of the medieval Blackheads merchant guild, so (somewhat racistly) named for their patron saint, St. Mauritius. But it was closed. Then I wandered to the nearby St Peter’s church, a huge gothic, red brick cathedral. I went inside to find that it was 7€ to use the lift to the tower and thought bugger that. And after all I couldn’t be bothered to pay to see inside yet ...
... Tavegyl or similar)
· Anti-diarrhea medicine (take strong and for different causes – infection, poisoning)
· Tablets or gel with antibiotics for wounds, scars, rush
· Patches, roll bandage
· Anti –inflammation, anti-ache tablets & gel
No need to take anti-cold, runny-noise medicine, as climate helps to deal with that in few days, or use ...
... and from times forgotten have been doing it. Except there was no Commission Charbonneau to give anyone heck.
Riga, like all the other former communist cities, have a lot of old, dilapidated and neglected structures. Must say that the Soviets really did a lot of damage to too many countries during their long occupation since WWII. They took over stately homes from the rich and jammed whole families into houses and apartments. Their philosophy was ...