Villa Joma Hotel
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... their old folk tunes.
Finally: boys who dance! Wow! We need more of that in the Kingdom of Cheese, Tulips and Stiff Hips!
5. Don't let chivalry die
I really feel like a Lady here in Latvia. I weak, fragile, feeble Lady, who cannot carry her own purse, let alone lift heavy boxes or help with any kind of physical labour - especially when there are any Men around.
In the beginning, I was really confused when Men would open doors for me - ...
... Māra carelessly opened some drawers, untied the ribbon, and showed us the different little cards.
"Shouldn't these be protected a bit better?"
"Oh no.. they are fine just here.."
"But the paper is crumbling under your touch!"
"Oh, we have a couple of hundred euros in the budget now and again to restore some papers."
After we had all drooled over the wardrobe enough, Māra showed us some of ...
... so I found it annoying listening to him for 2.5 hours. We got to see the Moscow quarter, a lot of art nouveau style buildings, and a few parks. It was a nice way to get out in the beautiful sunshine and see the city. We finished the tour and grabbed lunch with an American couple from our tour.
After the lunch, Hannah and I checked out the Central Market and picked up something for breakfast tomorrow. We ...
... in their wee hut, this theft might have been prevented. That having been said, many of the Germans leave their bikes totally unlocked. Our bikes were sufficiently secure to gain his approval, although whether I should be reassured by this is open to question. The preparations for the traditional Latvian midsummer festival continue. In the true Scottish tradition, may I be the first to say that here in Riga the nights are fair drawing in. Mileage 3723 ...
From Copenhagen I caught a very early train to Stockholm where I was once again couchsurfing, this time with a German girl called Susan. The first thing that I noticed about Susan when I met here was the fact that she loves Australia (I think we will get on just fine). Susan was doing in PHD in some kind of biology in Stockholm so while in Sweden I ended up meeting a lot of international people and not many Swedes, she did show me human brain though, even ...