Hostel Knights Court

75B Bruninieku St, Riga, 1009, Latvia | 2 star hostel
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Location

This 2 star hostel, located on 75B Bruninieku St, Riga, is near Central Market (Centraltirgus), Salaspils Memorial Ensemble, Swedish Gate (Zviedru Varti), and Bastion Hill (Bastejkalns).
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    Travel Blogs from Riga

    DISASTROUS DINNER SERVICE

    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 25, 2014

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    Slept the best of the trip. Some final computer time and down to brekkie after 0700, breaking bread with Heather and Kevin. Supposed to be 30C in Riga today and Kevin says our hotel has no a/c.

    Simona was quickly into the southern tribes of Estonia as we headed south toward the Latvian border. Members of the Baltic Republics love to tell jokes about the citizens of the other nations. This was a good one.

    An Audi Quatro approaches a border crossing ...

    A hooligan at the opera

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Mar 11, 2014

    26 photos

    ... some attention to Latvian and Russian fashion at some point in the near future, too).

    Ballet without a story

    On Sunday we actually had plans! We'd booked matinee tickets for an unknown ballet (La Bayadera), mostly as an excuse to see the insides of the National Opera. The white prince nearly dropped the fluorescent-pink princess, the corps-de-ballet was slightly out of sync, and the story basically wrapped up in Act II, even though the dancers ...

    Day 33 - Cēcis to Riga

    A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 21, 2013

    7 photos

    ... want €4.50 a day. Nae chance. Better to use the free wifi available in just about every cafe and restaurant in town. After a lazy afternoon in the shade, we wandered into the old town over the bridge. We stopped in a cafe on a square for a beer and in Alison's case a smoothie. Then we sought out a restaurant recommended to us by the German cyclists we met at the bunker. It did 'traditional Latvian food' and, while I have no way of knowing if it ...

    My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

    ... train pulls over onto a side rail again. Engine off, lights out. Silence. We are somewhere in the countryside. I look out the window on both sides of the train and can see one spotlight on a telephone pole about 400 yards away and even further, I can see a light that just might be a house, maybe 800 or 900 yards away. Nothing else at all. I look into the car next to me and it is empty. I sit. I sit. I sit. Silence. Silence. Am I all alone? Is the ...

    Riga's Black Magic

    A travel blog entry by davefremland on Aug 18, 2011

    104 photos

    ... and used clothing shops. It is amazingly cute and local but I fear that it will soon gentrify due to its adorableness and proximity to the center.

    On this street, we stopped in at the following places: "Taka" (a local hangout for artists), "Bottle shop" (recycled glass objects), "Eco shop," "Dad café," "Ze Store" (recycled furniture and treasures), A tea shop and a chocolate factory. Also, we stopped in a cute shop in which all the clothes racks are on pulleys and ...