Rakstnieku Nams

Address: Dubultu prospekts 4, Jurmala, Latvia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by altlast on Apr 07, 2015

3 comments, 5 photos

... 7:45 I get breakfast and leave at 8 am to the bus station. I planned on walking but then was afraid I wouldn't make it, so I took a local bus. Well I get there 10 mins before my bus is supposed to leave, they normally show up max 15 mins before they leave. So I thought I would be fine. I usually like to be really early so I don't miss things. I actually planned on walking to the bus station after breakfast, which would probably have been earlier than 8. All ...


A travel blog entry by eyre on Sep 14, 2014

13 photos

... at from within, and need to be discarded after all.

Still, when I got home, I found that I had collected 10 different types of mushrooms; enough for two lovely dinners: creamy mushroom soup, and wild mushroom pasta with cream from direct buying, self-picked thyme and home-grown parsley.

Labu apetiti!

--- Update 7 October ---

I went on another sēnošana this weekend with Anne, Marianne and ...

Onto Riga

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 03, 2014

81 photos

... have passed over by then.

The camp site wasn't far from the old town, and all we had to do was drive to the shopping centre down the road, park, buy some bus tickets, and catch a trolley bus one stop. Easy. Strolled through part of the old town area, and had dinner at a traditional Latvian restaurant. Caught the bus back, and then put the tent up in record time at 10.30pm. Only light showers by this stage, so we were hoping for ...

Mana māja - part II

A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 14, 2014

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I live in a mansion in the most expensive street of Riga.

Don't worry, it's not mine. Anna and I finally settled down in our new apartment, and it's not entirely what either of us had expected.

Instead of renting a Soviet-era apartment with steel doors, a mouldy bath, chipping paint and a shower in the kitchen, moderately close to the office and very far from the city center, we took two rooms with a landlady and a hysterical dog. Let me tell you ...

Peace.Love...and LIVA LAND

A travel blog entry by gitana13 on Jun 20, 2013

... them but we couldn't understand each other because they were speaking Russian so Liva called her mom and her boyfriend talked to them in Russian to figure out what was going on and meanwhile there another man with them who called his daughter to talk with me but I was confused as to what to say but the woman on the phone told me that her father could bring me to Siauliai but we figured out that the bus was the one that my group was taking. They came later and we headed towards Siauliai.

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