Wellton Gertrude Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Car rentals
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... so after whipping off our shoes and socks we were in the Baltic Sea in October! Not only my first experience of the Baltic Sea but probably the first time I've been in the sea while wearing a coat! It wasn't as cold as I'd thought it would be but after a couple of minutes our toes were being to hurt so it was time to get out! Further down the beach we found a swing set so stopped for a rest and a swing! After all the beach excitement, our October dip in the sea ...
... in his place. On Christopher's death, the gold was used to establish the first building of Riga, where his cabin had stood.
I'm near Royal Square. I've continued zig zagging down streets and alleys. Where are those Guild buildings?
I'm chlling opposite the Cats House. It has a real life basis. A Latvian was refused entry to the Great Guild, then reserved for Germans. In response, he put two black cats atop the building he owned across ...
... like they didn't believe Pieter and they rang the cleaning ladies. Raewyn was still in the hall and heard the heated cleaner end of the phone conversation. The cleaners had identified it on the computer as being clean but it wasn't. Pieter got keys to a different room and as a apology we got a free dinner. Also when we go to the new room there was a knock at the door and a lady brought in 2 small bottles of champagne and 1 bar of chocolate. We thought that ...
Making our way to Riga in Latvia was interesting, they have a serious problem with keeping their roads maintained. But Riga itself was great having amazing buildings with so many small cobbled alley ways packed with restaurants,cafes, bars, nik-nak shops and everything else. All being unique with their own character,with no large chain company's that we are used to. Deciding to do the sights we planned our route starting with the house of ...
... can be!) served with chestnuts, pickled onions and various forest fruits and berries in a sort of red wine jus; and a lamb shank on a bed of a slightly sweetish barley, almost like a rice pudding, with sour cherries in a sauce around that. Sounds revolting, I know, but absolutely to die for, both of them. And shared a wine-bottle sized bottle of French cider, quite divine and very much more grown-up than a Strongbow.
And so to bed, theoretically an early night...