Baltic Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Travel Blogs from Jurmala
... Riga, capital of Latvia, is the biggest city out of all the Baltic cities and is developed around the Daugava River. The cultural richness is evident from its various world famous museums, theatres, art galleries and magnificent opera house. The architecture of the 18th and 19th century buildings was outstanding, especially the nouveau style of world renowned architect Mikhail Eisenstein. The history of Riga is similar to Estonia. After more than 700 years of German, ...
... just stand there waiting until they would finally walk through it, until I would realise that they were waiting for me to go first! And more than once I've had to physically defend my bag from chivalrous Men. "I brought this bag because I want to have my camera ON me! And I'm perfectly capable of carrying 2 kilos, otherwise I just should have brought less stuff with me!"
But recently, I've noticed that I've started to get used to a certain amount of chivalry. ...
... crumbling notebooks were simply shoved into our eager hands by Māra, and afterwards simply shoved back into one of the metal cabinets - hopefully for someone to study in the near future. I actually wouldn't mind that job.. so I guess I have to keep working on my latviešu valoda!
--- update 27 August ---
The University has decided that it might be worthwhile to insure the Daina closet, for one million euros to be ...
... to the hostel and chilled for a bit as I was exhausted and needed a rest. We went back out around 7pm for our last walk through the old town to see the statue of Saint Christopher (the patron saint of travelers), and to get some dinner. Hannah was a great travel partner for the last couple of days because we both wanted to base our days around what we could eat. It was perfect.
We ate at a place called ...
... I saw a
hidden baggage fee I had to pay (even though I had done extensive
research, the discounted airlines often find a way to sneak prices up on
you) so I had to pay an extra $50 just to be able to check my one bag
with only 44 pounds of allowance.
BAH! I'm just going to brush it off, because bright and early tomorrow morning,
I fly to Amsterdam.