Hotel Augustine

Address: 1 Alauksta iela, Riga, 1009, Latvia | Hotel
 
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      A paddle in the Baltic Sea

      A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Oct 14, 2014

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      Yet again we had won the bus lottery and began wishing the 4 hour journey from Vilnius to Riga was longer. TV screens and a selection of movies in English, and unlimited free hot drinks! As there was only 3 others on the bus, it was difficult to refill so many times as the noise of the machine could be heard all around the bus, how many drinks could 5 people have?! I managed 3, while watching Ice Age on the TV!

      Once we had arrived in Riga, we took the ...

      DISASTROUS DINNER SERVICE

      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 25, 2014

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      ... green covers here. Sometimes there were stop signs at railway crossings but not all of them. Petrol seems some four or five euro cents higher in Latvia.

      We reached Cesis by 1100. What became the Latvian flag was first raised here. The castle belonged to the Master of the Livonian Order [Livonia was the name the Liv tribe gave to modern day Estonia and Latvia]. Its period of prominence was the 13th to the 16th century.

      Walked to a nice park behind the ...

      A diplomatic visit to Riga

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 22, 2013

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      ... the terminal exactly 45 minutes before take-off, quickly buzz through customs and security, and sit down in between the crowd of passengers for Tashkent. Right on time!

      We study the faces of the people around us, and can't really decide yet on any typical Central Asian features. We're surrounded by a mixture of Turkish, Chinese, Indian, Russian and European faces. And where are the long skirts and head scarves?? ...

      Peace.Love...and LIVA LAND

      A travel blog entry by gitana13 on Jun 20, 2013

      ... br> When Liva went to work, I just explored her nice, corner apartment and went on the internet to write to my family, when I saw that one of my other friends, who is from Riga as well, know that I arrived in Riga and she worked close to Liva's apartment and was finishing work so she stopped by for a little bit and when we saw each other, we both exclaimed how weird it was to see each other in Latvia compared to Eau Claire but that it was so nice to be there. As I crept up the stairs ...

      Days 15 to 16: Riga

      A travel blog entry by mikensoph on Aug 15, 2012

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      ... became apparent; firstly – this is no longer a super cheap holiday destination and secondly – it feels an awful lot safer!

      The last time we visited Riga there was always an undercurrent of hostility from the mostly Russian locals (the Soviets were quite successful in their “Russianisation” of Riga with over 50% of the population of the city now Russian immigrants). Things were usually fine when it was just the two of us but the ...