Turiba

Address: Graudu 68, Riga, Latvia | Hostel
 
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Travel Blogs from Riga

HOT IN RIGA

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 26, 2014

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... a small [by mistake] Grinbergen Blonde lager and a shot of black balsam. Ate all the fatty parts of the pork but figured will walk it off in the heat of Riga. The beer was 6.7% in intensity, far too strong for you, Travster. Jazz was playing, undoubtedly part of Riga being the continent's cultural capital.

Black balsam is an herbal liqueur. It is made from berries, roots, flowers and other products. It had a woodsy flavour and was strong. Regular alcohol ...

Trouble in the Baltics

A travel blog entry by madanaki on May 01, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... Who was the Canadian guy really? Did they ever find the Venus Fly Trap Island with the meerkats again? Why did this movie win so many awards???

We got a trolley bus to our hostel - Best Hostel. Now there's an oxymoron. It only had one floor, no kitchen, smokers in the stairwell, tiny dorm room with no room for luggage, squeaky dorm door and the sheets only covered three quarters of the bed. And they wouldn't let us leave our bags there ...

Hello Riga!

A travel blog entry by hoggs on Apr 24, 2014

4 photos

... full lot.
Now i like street art and not seen so much in the Baltics. However I found a nice bit next to a tattoo parlour so grabbed a quick snap.

The hostel is pretty cool. Big communal lounge area, nice sofa, piano, tv etc. I am soooo tempted to play chariots of fire on the black keys hahahaha.
Bit of a longer blog today. Hope they are giving you a bit of an insight into the countries and ...

Baltic way

A travel blog entry by georgous_travel on Jul 24, 2013

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... great. I had lasagna and Stuart had a good looking pizza. It was time to say goodbye to these amazing and historical cities as we had to get up early for our drive to Warsaw, Poland. On our way to Warsaw we did have a stop off at the hill of crosses in Lithuania, such a bizarre place, it is exactly what is says in the name - over 100 thousand crosses lay on a hill to honour people's losses and loved ones. It was good to see, a little creepy, but again something I had no idea even ...

62 Riga

A travel blog entry by richard.wolters on Jun 21, 2013

14 photos

... old, but nice looking buildings. All of these cities offer a free walking tour which mostly start at midday and take two to two and half hours. This time there was a choice between a walk in the old city versus one in the newer districts so I did the latter. The river and station formed the dividing line between the two parts and lead to the so-called Russian quarter.

Before the wars the Russians were not allowed to trade in the ...