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... walked around town and then joined the free walking tour. We went back to the hostel afterwards. Patrick grabbed his bags and moved to a hotel and then when to meet Alica who was arriving from Belarus.
... Street. Today, again it is called Freedom Street.
In one part of the city centre is a statue built in 1935 called Lady of Riga, representing Freedom of Latvia.
Riga has a well connected trolley bus and tram network. The population is 2 million with Riga's population being 641,000. 40% are Russian speakers and 60% Latvian.
We stopped for lunch at a local cafe, delving into the local fare.
One place of interest we ...
Travel Times 41 - 4 July 2014
Another four hour+ bus ride and another capitol city. This time we're in the capitol of Latvia, the seacoast city of Riga.
We've arrived in another city, another old town, another old town apartment - on the top floor of a very old and quite run down building was our ...
Flew with Baltic Air nice planes, good service...the food looked great but Riga Airport is not a great place to be stuck in transit. The young man in Costa Coffee was very helpful but really there was nothing to do or see luckily there was good ...
... we had a free walking tour at midday with a very enthusiastic guide. She showed us the town hall, the monuments to estonians independence and my favourite, the most expensive toilet (to build) in all of Estonia (photo attached). After this very informative 2 hour tour we headed to Kompressor for lunch. It was amazing, a pancake house that had the best savoury pancake I have ever had in my life, I chose the garlic and cheese, it was so good it gave Stuart order envy who ...