Geo: 56.9465, 24.1048Off to the bus station - on the way, we stopped to pick up some more of those donuts, pastries, and an open-faced ham sandwich for the ride to Riga. I had some Estonian Kroons to blow, so it was spent on bottled water, chocolates, and cough drops (or throat drops, as Yvonne would say) for Mary. I wasn't feeling too great this morning - perhaps it's because I haven... Read Full Entry
s2Mary's tea tray. I think we ended up paying something like $16-20 CAD for both of us to have tea. Very pricey, but I guess we were paying for the experience.
s3Lounging in the tea house - it had a bit of a Middle-Eastern feel with its pillows and rugs. It kind of felt like an Asian opium den.
zhAssorted bread - rye, poppyseed, and multi-grain served with dill butter. A nice start to the meal, but sadly it went downhill from here.
ziMary's salmon was good, but cold. The same was true of the potato cake. I suppose sitting on the chilly terrace didn't help, but the food was already cold by the time we received it.
zmThe stuffed chicken was dry and the flavour wasn't that great.
znMary Moment #29: Somehow, she dropped a piece of salmon down her shirt. Perhaps she was saving it for later, but most likely it was a convenient excuse for her to strip. She seems to like doing that in the most inappropriate of places. But I'm not complaining!
zoMary Moment #28 : Unfortunately, Mary managed to wet the bed. Tsk tsk tsk ...
zpNo, she actually spilled water all over herself again. Or perhaps she quickly spilled the water to cover up what she had done ...