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Vecchio 07-06-2011, 16.01.28
Jake
 
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Predefinito What to do in Riga?

I shall have a long flight connection overnight in Riga soon, 6pm-6am. Any
recommendations for stuff to do to pass the time?


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Vecchio 07-06-2011, 16.09.07
David Horne
 
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Jake <Jake@jakesplaice.com> wrote:
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> I shall have a long flight connection overnight in Riga soon, 6pm-6am. Any
> recommendations for stuff to do to pass the time?[/color]

The old city is very attractive. Museums etc. will likely be closed by
the time you arrive, but just wandering around the streets while it is
still light is enjoyable. It is warm there at this time of year, so
outdoor cafes and restaurants will be popular. There are night clubs for
later- it can be quite a party town. The Skyline bar on the top of the
Reval Hotel affords good views at sunset. If you are there on a weekend
you might not appreciate the UK stag and hen parties.... week nights
will be more enjoyable!

David

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
[url]www.davidhorne.net[/url] (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)
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Vecchio 07-06-2011, 16.09.07
David Horne
 
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Predefinito Re: What to do in Riga?

Jake <Jake@jakesplaice.com> wrote:
[color=blue]
> I shall have a long flight connection overnight in Riga soon, 6pm-6am. Any
> recommendations for stuff to do to pass the time?[/color]

The old city is very attractive. Museums etc. will likely be closed by
the time you arrive, but just wandering around the streets while it is
still light is enjoyable. It is warm there at this time of year, so
outdoor cafes and restaurants will be popular. There are night clubs for
later- it can be quite a party town. The Skyline bar on the top of the
Reval Hotel affords good views at sunset. If you are there on a weekend
you might not appreciate the UK stag and hen parties.... week nights
will be more enjoyable!

David

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
[url]www.davidhorne.net[/url] (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)
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Vecchio 07-06-2011, 16.09.07
David Horne
 
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Predefinito Re: What to do in Riga?

Jake <Jake@jakesplaice.com> wrote:
[color=blue]
> I shall have a long flight connection overnight in Riga soon, 6pm-6am. Any
> recommendations for stuff to do to pass the time?[/color]

The old city is very attractive. Museums etc. will likely be closed by
the time you arrive, but just wandering around the streets while it is
still light is enjoyable. It is warm there at this time of year, so
outdoor cafes and restaurants will be popular. There are night clubs for
later- it can be quite a party town. The Skyline bar on the top of the
Reval Hotel affords good views at sunset. If you are there on a weekend
you might not appreciate the UK stag and hen parties.... week nights
will be more enjoyable!

David

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
[url]www.davidhorne.net[/url] (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)
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Vecchio 07-06-2011, 16.09.07
David Horne
 
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Predefinito Re: What to do in Riga?

Jake <Jake@jakesplaice.com> wrote:
[color=blue]
> I shall have a long flight connection overnight in Riga soon, 6pm-6am. Any
> recommendations for stuff to do to pass the time?[/color]

The old city is very attractive. Museums etc. will likely be closed by
the time you arrive, but just wandering around the streets while it is
still light is enjoyable. It is warm there at this time of year, so
outdoor cafes and restaurants will be popular. There are night clubs for
later- it can be quite a party town. The Skyline bar on the top of the
Reval Hotel affords good views at sunset. If you are there on a weekend
you might not appreciate the UK stag and hen parties.... week nights
will be more enjoyable!

David

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
[url]www.davidhorne.net[/url] (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)
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Vecchio 07-06-2011, 16.09.07
David Horne
 
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Predefinito Re: What to do in Riga?

Jake <Jake@jakesplaice.com> wrote:
[color=blue]
> I shall have a long flight connection overnight in Riga soon, 6pm-6am. Any
> recommendations for stuff to do to pass the time?[/color]

The old city is very attractive. Museums etc. will likely be closed by
the time you arrive, but just wandering around the streets while it is
still light is enjoyable. It is warm there at this time of year, so
outdoor cafes and restaurants will be popular. There are night clubs for
later- it can be quite a party town. The Skyline bar on the top of the
Reval Hotel affords good views at sunset. If you are there on a weekend
you might not appreciate the UK stag and hen parties.... week nights
will be more enjoyable!

David

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
[url]www.davidhorne.net[/url] (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)
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Vecchio 07-06-2011, 16.09.07
David Horne
 
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Predefinito Re: What to do in Riga?

Jake <Jake@jakesplaice.com> wrote:
[color=blue]
> I shall have a long flight connection overnight in Riga soon, 6pm-6am. Any
> recommendations for stuff to do to pass the time?[/color]

The old city is very attractive. Museums etc. will likely be closed by
the time you arrive, but just wandering around the streets while it is
still light is enjoyable. It is warm there at this time of year, so
outdoor cafes and restaurants will be popular. There are night clubs for
later- it can be quite a party town. The Skyline bar on the top of the
Reval Hotel affords good views at sunset. If you are there on a weekend
you might not appreciate the UK stag and hen parties.... week nights
will be more enjoyable!

David

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
[url]www.davidhorne.net[/url] (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)
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Vecchio 07-06-2011, 16.09.07
David Horne
 
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Predefinito Re: What to do in Riga?

Jake <Jake@jakesplaice.com> wrote:
[color=blue]
> I shall have a long flight connection overnight in Riga soon, 6pm-6am. Any
> recommendations for stuff to do to pass the time?[/color]

The old city is very attractive. Museums etc. will likely be closed by
the time you arrive, but just wandering around the streets while it is
still light is enjoyable. It is warm there at this time of year, so
outdoor cafes and restaurants will be popular. There are night clubs for
later- it can be quite a party town. The Skyline bar on the top of the
Reval Hotel affords good views at sunset. If you are there on a weekend
you might not appreciate the UK stag and hen parties.... week nights
will be more enjoyable!

David

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
[url]www.davidhorne.net[/url] (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)
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Vecchio 07-06-2011, 16.09.07
David Horne
 
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Predefinito Re: What to do in Riga?

Jake <Jake@jakesplaice.com> wrote:
[color=blue]
> I shall have a long flight connection overnight in Riga soon, 6pm-6am. Any
> recommendations for stuff to do to pass the time?[/color]

The old city is very attractive. Museums etc. will likely be closed by
the time you arrive, but just wandering around the streets while it is
still light is enjoyable. It is warm there at this time of year, so
outdoor cafes and restaurants will be popular. There are night clubs for
later- it can be quite a party town. The Skyline bar on the top of the
Reval Hotel affords good views at sunset. If you are there on a weekend
you might not appreciate the UK stag and hen parties.... week nights
will be more enjoyable!

David

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
[url]www.davidhorne.net[/url] (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)
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Vecchio 07-06-2011, 16.09.07
David Horne
 
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Predefinito Re: What to do in Riga?

Jake <Jake@jakesplaice.com> wrote:
[color=blue]
> I shall have a long flight connection overnight in Riga soon, 6pm-6am. Any
> recommendations for stuff to do to pass the time?[/color]

The old city is very attractive. Museums etc. will likely be closed by
the time you arrive, but just wandering around the streets while it is
still light is enjoyable. It is warm there at this time of year, so
outdoor cafes and restaurants will be popular. There are night clubs for
later- it can be quite a party town. The Skyline bar on the top of the
Reval Hotel affords good views at sunset. If you are there on a weekend
you might not appreciate the UK stag and hen parties.... week nights
will be more enjoyable!

David

--
(*) of the royal duchy of city south and deansgate
[url]www.davidhorne.net[/url] (email address on website)
"[Do you think the world learned anything from the first
world war?] No. They never learn." -Harry Patch (1898-2009)
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