Kurshi Hotel

Address: Dubultu prospekts 30, Jurmala, 2015, Latvia | Hostel
 
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This hostel is located on Dubultu prospekts 30, Jurmala.
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      Amazing Adventures

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Sep 12, 2014

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      ... so you had to be sneaky. Meanwhile, campers could try to 'kill' each other through Rock Paper Scissors, and dying meant you had to go back to base with one of the five Lego blocks handed out to your team. So I teamed up with some friendly people in possession of a Lego block, and we blundered about confusedly, until the end of the game.

      Challenges and Resources

      On Saturday, we had expected to be working with our own organizations, but instead, we were divided into ...

      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 ...

      What's my Name (Day)?

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 30, 2014

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      ... in a sentence (Mary does something, I do something to Mary, I do something with Mary), that person needs to have a name that follows the rules of Latvian grammar. This means that any name must end in s/is/us/a/e.

      In practice, any foreign boys name is burdened with an extra s, while the girls usually receive an extra a. Hence the names Valters, Rafaels, Andrejs, Viktors. My name is not nearly girly enough yet; ideally I would be called Janija Ramakera. ...

      Riding out of Town

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 11, 2013

      ... step foot out the front door. Of course, things don’t always go according to plan, e.g. my almost missing the train out of Moscow, but at least there is a plan and I am so thankful that the days of arriving in a strange town with nothing but a guide book and map and high hopes in front of me are gone! Definitely have gotten too old and arthritic for that! But I can smile fondly when I see a young couple in backpacks with ...

      Riga

      A travel blog entry by jsuviste on Aug 22, 2012

      ... 10:30, that was a nice change as our driving days require early wake ups. We took a walking tour of the Old Town, that was really interesting and the town was really cute and pretty. It was much like Tallinn. We saw Riga Castle, which I would not call a Castle as it looked more like a building, nothing special about it. We also saw some of the squares, churches, House of Blackheads, Swedish Gates and just saw all the streets. After ...