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- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... medieval castle had 800 years of eventful history, and had been attacked 3 times by Ivan the Terrible. We walked around the town, visited an Orthodox Church, visited a lovely garden with swans, and spent some time at a smithys who made traditional style jewellery. We had a fabulous dinner at the guesthouse of fresh trout. We have a big drive tomorrow to Vilnius, the capital of ...
... I left the castle, grabbed a quick bite to eat before hiring a bike. I wanted to visit the archaeological park at Araisi, about 10km out of town. Rather than rely on public transport, I wanted to cycle there instead. As I was going out on main roads, I asked for a helmet but the guy said he had none left. This made me more than a little apprehensive, and I would’ve tried another bike rental place, but the afternoon was already getting on and I didn’t ...
... lake. Since the sun was already setting and it wasn't really warm anymore, Anna and I didn't feel like going for another swim (crazy Latvians!) but instead took out a water bike and took a closer look at the other end of the lake (that side is nice, too).
We then had a traditional Latvian evening: booze, food, more booze and much more food. Luckily, my 30 Day No Sugar Challenge had just ended (tell you more about that later), so I could safely ...
... Anyway, to our tour. It is difficult to summarise what took two hours in a few lines. Having visited the Secret Scottish Bunker in April, I will merely make a few comparisons. The Fife bunker is built under a MOD 'cottage', the Latvian one under a hotel for senior party members (now the recuperation centre), the communication equipment here looks incredibly primitive, although probably resistant to EMP (Electro Magnetic Pulse) better. Fife has a basic radio studio where, ...
... be there this trip. All’s well though – we’re more than happy to see Istanbul again. Lyndsey fully plans on keeping Shane away from the Blue Mosque and its stairs this time.
From Cesis we say goodbye to Latvia and make our way to Estonia. From what we’ve seen so far, the Baltic countries, though often grouped together as brothers in many ways, are each extremely different in many others. We’re excited to see what Estonia has to ...