Diary: Let's go to ... Riga

So, does the Republic of Latvia cut it as an exciting Eastern European State? Riga is described as the small, flat and largely boggy landmass languishing between its neighbours Estonia and Lithuania. One attraction is the Open Air Ethnographic Museum. The site boasts 100 hectares of life as it used to be, with real-life fishing villages, farmsteads and windmills. Easy, then, to see why Riga is the 'Paris of the North'.

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