City Style Apartments
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- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... watermelon and called it a day. I headed out with my handy map and walked toward the Old Town. I have to say that Riga is lovely. I can see why it's called the 'Paris of the North.' The streets were cobbled and windy with nicely restored buildings. Everytime I turned there was a church or a neat building. Yet, it felt easy to get around and very safe. Flowers were everywhere.
I grabbed my bag at the hotel, checked ...
... the city so fascinating is its history of occupation and control by so many cultures. It was founded by the Hansesatic league trading guilds and was known at one time as Livonia. Then the Danish took it over, then Sweden, then Russia then independence then Germany and finally the Soviet Union before independence again after fall of Soviet Union. I think I got the order of all of that correct After touring On my ...
... had departed we asked the next driver when #6Ts would come, “its number 9 then number 6”. When Vicki told him he was the second number 9 he was nonplussed. The line for cabs was long so we bit the bullet and boarded the next 9 and waited, and waited. Eventually it moved off and it didn't take long before we were in the city center near the station. Only trouble was this involved a walk back to our hotel and Vicki's calves were killing her. We trudged through the ...
... 8217; in regards to singing talent. We walked along Toompea hill to the upper part of Tallinn, where there were some incredible night-time views of the city, and a couple great looking churches - the Nevsky Cathedral and St. Mary’s Church. There was a monument at freedom square, signifying Estonian independence from the Soviets....it was just okay looking, and I actually read where many of the locals were initially upset about the quality of the ...
... us to a bus station, however it soon became apparent that unless we wanted to stay local, the buses here were not going to help us. A tram to the main bus station on the edge of town it was. After easily buying tickets - everyone there spoke English!, Laura looked on the map and decided that we were close to a lake and that it would be fun to visit. A half hour walk up a steep hill, under a railway line and through an industrial estate ...