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- Russian TV Channels Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Family rooms
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To get to Riga i travel by bus. The bus is very nice and comfortable, and full. The drive is very pleasant through the countryside. Its lovely and green. The driving here is very civilised and roads laws are obeyed. We arrive at Riga bus station to a lovely warm day. Its a 2k walk to my apartment where i am greeted by my host Jackie. After a quick run down on the apartment i unpack and make my way outside to enjoy the ...
Next I made my way to Mentzendorff's House which was not too easy to locate. This ...
... We got a recommendation for a hostel in Tartu- Cinnamon Sally. That's the great thing about staying at hostels. You get recommendations. We're staying away from the party hostels. Been there, done that. Instead, we're looking for good chill spaces to meet people and kitchens where you can cook an occasional meal. This place is on the 3rd floor of a grand building above a McDonalds. That's not so grand, but the location and price ...
... some angry cat scratches. He explained that Minka (Latvian for "Kitty") used to live with some friends of theirs, but they moved away, so now we would take care of her. Since Lotte was in the countryside, he thought that would be fine. Minka was still a bit shaken up from the trip to the new house, so she would stay in the bathroom for a while.
Almost a week later, Minka still hadn't moved from underneath the radiator, and continued to hiss angrily ...
... street is now clear and open.
Germans were some of the first merchants and most persistent merchants that came to Riga to trade. They had guilds and merchant organizations. While they were German, for some reason, they were called "Blackheads" and were drawn as if they had darker skin. Maybe they are the original merchants of the beauty ...