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- Russian TV Channels Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Concierge desk
- Family rooms
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... turns red again.
... sunbathing & snorkeling.
For our trip we got new backpacks, OSPREY that are front loading not top loading. That will help a lot hopefully and be more convenient.Lets see how functional, practical and comfy they are. One bag is wheeled, and almost cabin bag size, so I will try to use it as cabin bag and save about 150usd in baggage fees during our trip. Lets aim again to pack not more than 10kg in total :)
To be continued soon.....
... camp. I wasn't quite prepared for how disturbing this was as it included personal accounts of Latvians of what they experienced. It was really quite emotional. A lot of personal items either owned or made by gulag inmates were displayed and it showed the ingenuity required to just survive those camps. One of the most interesting items was part of the switchboard from one of the most prominent hotels in Riga. During restoration in the early 2000s, they discovered old ...
... br> Our guide met us at the hotel at 10am & off we set into the old town. Apparently the hotel is situated in the Russian quarter which also used to be the Jewish area before the war. Many of the local buildings are wooden & the owners are unable to demolish them but appear to have abandoned them. She told us later that in the days of the city walls all buildings outside them had to be wooden so that they could be burnt in ...
... shells for Bob, zucchini flowers stuffed with Devon crab for me, through main courses, to dessert, a first-rate cheesecake made with chèvre and macadamia nuts and garnished with caramel sauce. In between, we were treated to palate cleansers, pink sherbet popsicles frozen with liquid nitrogen. If you believe the photographs on the wall, just about every head of state including the Queen has dined at Vincent's. Now we have too. It was quite an ...