Helga

Address: Elizabetes 22, Riga, Latvia | B&B
 
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      All The Little Lights

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Nov 18, 2014

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      ... things I saw or heard about were a military parade, and some classical concerts. Of course, every single person - either Latvian or Russian-speaking - was wearing a little Latvian flag pin. And, of course, o Lativan celebration is complete without a big fireworks show. So in the evening, the entire population of Riga gathered on the bank of the river Daugava to admire a (disappointingly short) display of lovely fireworks in National colours.
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      Driving around the Old Town

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Aug 18, 2014

      ... was a really good trial run: the road between Sigulda and Rīga is one of the few big dual carriageways, so there was plenty of space for our big festival mobile. However, the A2 does come with a ridiculous amount of potholes, considering it supposedly connects a major transport hub (Rīga port) to the rest of the Baltics and Russia. And I won't even mention the unpaved roads that you hit once you turn off the motorway (which you can ...

      RIGA - LATVIA

      A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jun 28, 2013

      51 photos

      ... fully fledged operation that supports the city’s locals’ needs and not just the tourists. This local dependency has altered the look of the old city, enough so to have UNESCO threaten to remove their Heritage Listing on the area if more building and changes took place. I didn’t really see the problem as the architecture seems to complement each other. The new buildings of glass and steel are designed in such a way that they seem to flow into the old ...

      Walking in Riga

      A travel blog entry by katevoss on Sep 19, 2012

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      ... We met the small group for the tour and our crazy tour guide and went on our way for the 2.5hr tour around Rigas 'new town' (their new town is still over 100years old, but its new compared to there old town...). So we went through the Riga markets (in buildings with the roofs of old WWII hangers) that smelt of fish and pickles, through the Moscow area (a large, poor, shifty area ...

      The Pearl of the Baltic

      A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Aug 19, 2012

      21 photos

      ... learned quite a few interesting facts. My favorite, however, was that the food they choose to stock depends heavily on the nationality of the guests on board. For example, if 90% of the guests are American, the chef doubles the amount of burgers and fries. Conversely, if 60% of the guests are British, the ship doesn’t go through of the veal it normally would. Two other interesting facts: 1) The ship kitchen must meet US health guideline no matter where they go, and 2) ...