Priedes Guest House

Address: Jomas iela 19, Jurmala, 2015, Latvia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jomas iela 19, Jurmala.
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Travel Blogs from Jurmala

Morning at the Airport

A travel blog entry by singer777 on May 22, 2015

Due to some summit and different restrictions and safety controls, we had to be at the Airport at least 3 hours before the flight. So we were. It was not so bad actually, though we had plenty of time to spend at the Airport. In some minutes, we will be on board. I'm hoping to have some nap during the ...

5 Things the Dutch Can Learn from Latvians

A travel blog entry by eyre on Oct 19, 2014

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... like a scary xenophobe if you would walk around Rotterdam sporting a Dutch flag on a normal week day. But it wouldn't hurt us to be a little bit more proud of our own country, would it?

4. Sing a song, learn to dance, play the kokle

One thing that Latvia can truly be proud of, is its musical education system. I've written about it before: whereas Dutch kids choose between football, hockey or tennis, Latvian kids either learn to play an instrument, join ...

A Wardrobe full of History

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 30, 2014

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... two decades.

Now, like his German and Danish colleagues, Barons didn't write any of these songs - he didn't even really edit them. And neither did he come up with the term "Dainas", that orginally Lithuanian word was forced upon him by his editor.

Barons is famous just because he collected and catalogued all these thousands of songs. The wardrobe is perfectly organized according to subject of the songs. The ...

Walking tour of Riga

A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on May 19, 2014

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... All this meant that I got virtually no sleep, and was up at 7am. I hung out at the hostel, had breakfast and chilled until about 11:30am when Hannah and I headed out to catch the free walking tour.

The walking tour was good and bad. It was good in the sense that most of it was outside of the old town, so we got to see more of Riga than expected. It was bad in the sense that the tour guide was a bit of a ...

Arts & Crafts

A travel blog entry by eyre on Mar 22, 2014

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... Latvian.

Whenever we deal with real breathing and moving human beings, though, we just have to ask them to bear with us, at least as long as our Latvian is limited to "es gribu tēju" (I want tea). Some grown ups are quite startled when we announce that we only speak English, but most young volunteers and kids actually seem quite OK with practising their English. On Mondays I teach an "EcoEnglish" class, and I feel really challenged ...