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... Vacation Hotel. Advertised as a Spa Hotel, few knew that 9 metres of concrete foundation deeper than the hotel was the secret bunker. Still running as a rehabilitation centre now the hotel was built in the 1960s when the threat of nuclear war was at its peak. It took 20 years to complete and was obsolete when finished. A waste of money and time it was abandoned by the Soviet and has become a source of income for the Rehab Unit as a tourist attraction. It was painted in ...
... with my bike..?") and brought it back to me before 22:00, with shiny new coat guards.
So here I am again. Happily cycling through Riga's pothole-filled, badly lit streets. Wondering why the hell 50% of Latvia's cyclist don't put any lights on their bikes - even when they are riding in the middle of the big motorways. When I asked Krišs, one of my cycling co-workers, ...
... It was meant to be only an hour, but it ended up closer to two hours. And we got wet as the rain started again just before we managed to get back to the hotel! I am looking forward to exploring the Old Town here in Riga. It seems to be slightly bigger than Vilnius, but I don't think it is anywhere near as commercialised as Tallinn. But it may be different during the ...
... The war history museum here was spread over 4 floors with very interesting exhibits and guide books in English. It focused chiefly on the first and second world wars but also back to the prehistory. Passing Jacob's barracks we viewed the last gate in the wall, the Swedish gate, built during Swedish rule when Riga was the biggest city in the Swedish Empire. Around the corner we went to go and see Parliament which had large lantern-like street lights, but we felt ...
... for sitting on and watching the sunset. Anna's room is a little bit smaller, but has some more colour, a map of Europe on the wall and a micro-balcony for her vegetable garden. Māris and Inese's bedroom is so large that they never even bother to use any of the living rooms.
I would almost forget storage rooms #1 and #2, which you could rent out for 500 euros per month in Amsterdam. Then we have toilet #2 and bathroom #2, with a normal shower and ...