Amber Sea Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Heated pool
- Conference facilities
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... had successfully solved the problem by carrying our divriteni up one flight of stairs and shackling them - completely out of the way - to the railing.
You can thus imagine our surprise when, on a lovely Autumn morning, we found a long printed letter on our bikes. The communication was bravely signed by "interested parties" and threatened to "remove our bikes to where they belonged: in the ...
... had to battle the crowds. We also went on a train ride through the Old Town, but as Alex said, it would have been better if they had a clear roof on the train so you had a chance to see the spires and cupolas, as the streets were very narrow! We had been told by the hotel that Riga did not have any Hop-on, hop-off buses, but they do, so we decided to do that before lunch, then Sarina would ...
... seem to be about important topics such as baby chickens and spring flowers.
Imagine my surprise when I was invited to an anniversary concert by a local women's choir, and I innocently sat down on the first row, which I was consequently almost blown off of by the immense power of these six ladies' voices. I still don't really know what to call it; this style of (female) singing in a very loud, strained voice. The songs sound very monotonous - ...
... except for a few "that is more better"s and "I live in the Riga"s I have nothing to teach them!
"Hold on a minute, though," I hear you hesitating, "did you just say the word "kids"??!"
Yes I did. One of the major activities for Anna and me is organizing and teaching workshops; sometimes to big people, and sometimes to little people. This week was my "vuurdoop", with 4 events in four days, one of which was ...
... everywhere. On the beach it had a outdoor club with music pumping, must be pretty good in the evenings. Then we drove into Lithuania and instantly the roads improved, so you could actually drive the speed limits. Heading to Siaulial to find a tourist information and finding on our way the Hill of crosses. With 200,000+ crosses of various sizes on a hill, this is people expressing there devotion to christ. Quite a ...