Maistrali Hotel

Address: Riga Fereou, Parga, Epirus, 48060, Greece | 3 star hotel
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    5 Things the Dutch Can Learn from Latvians

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Oct 19, 2014

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    ... herbs, collect berries or gather mushrooms.

    Of course, Latvia is 50% forest, whereas Holland is 50% asphalt. Again, when friends ask me to describe 'Dutch nature', all I can do is smirk sarcastically and ask: "you mean the canals, the polders, or the one hectare of lined-up trees that we call the Maaslandse Bos?" Still, my parents used to grow more plums, berries and walnuts in their garden than they knew what to do with, so it is possible, even in ...

    A Wardrobe full of History

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 30, 2014

    11 photos

    ... the dancers were expected to portray more political concepts such as Labour and The Proletariat.

    The Vault

    After the grande tour upstairs we were finally lead to the inner sanctum of the folklore department: the Archives. Now, I had expected to find a situation such as in the old books collection Academic Library in Leiden: white gloves, protective glass covers, perfect atmospheric conditions...

    But ...

    Riga's Old Town

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on May 31, 2014

    ... types of architecture that Riga has. One of them is the oldest stone house in Riga, built 600 years ago. Another has tiny windows because at the time that it was built, the amount of tax you paid was based on the size of your windows! Completing our circuit back into the old town we visited Dome Square. This gets its name from Dome Cathedral which dominates the square with its red brick exterior. Inside we decided not to buy a ticket to walk round but instead ...

    Out in Ogre

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Mar 15, 2014

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    ... which turned out to be really cool. The traditional music and the happy skip-step and the intricate patterns really make you want to smile out loud, and even the little kid's groups were extremely disciplined and cute. And there are so many boys here that have some sense of rhythm!! I'm seriously considering applying to a dance company in Riga!

    One thing that I thought was really cool was the way the acknowledgements had been weaved into the show. ...

    Flotilla Sailing

    A travel blog entry by biancamack on May 25, 2013

    ... 2 knots today. Emma and I cooked up some hotdogs for lunch on the boat which were yummy. We were supposed to stop at an island for water sports (jet skis and volleyball on the beach) but it wasn't safe to take the boats in, so had to head back to the mainland. Had a fairly choppy ride back, got some good air on some of the waves! Everyone on the back of the boats was getting hammered with sea water. We got left behind a bit because poor old Laura's ...