Kolonna Hotel Riga
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKolonna Hotel Riga
Would have got 5 stars from us except we got the last room which was smoking and we are not. The hotel is right in the center of UNESCO old town, great music unless you are a light sleeper. Staff were great.
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... Plus, it only cost me 2 euro instead of 15 for a cab. I found Hotel Irina easiy, and while my room is narrow, it's clean, the wi-fi is strong and it seems safe. I was so hungry that I went to McDonald's across the street. I know, not very interesting, but it was close and I was starving. At least we know that McDs will consistently be unhealthy across the world, right?
Off to bed. Thanks for reading!
... town before we left the city centre to get some food in a buffet style restaurant called Gauja, Kafejnica. The food there was amazing and really cheap. I normally don't like buffets because I end up with a massive plate of food because it all looks nice and ends up costing me a fortune. I was very good this time. After we pigged out at the buffet. We slowly waddled back to the hostel where I got picked up my luggage and headed for the coach station for the next part of my European ...
... the embassies are located and farther away is an Armenian church but I doubt I'll make it that far when I return on Saturday.
During the peak of Art Nouveau's popularity, Riga was in a financial boom. The city's medieval wooden structures were torn down and buildings with this new architecutre were erected. A well-known ...
... sun not setting until really late at night.
Finally, at 1am, we made it to our hotel in Kaunas. I was awake and feeling pretty dirty from the long trip, so Siobhan, who I'm roomed with, and I agreed to take showers before going to bed. Shower was a little leaky, but felt amazing. Which Siobhan was taking a shower I facetimed Zach to show him I was alive and had finally made it. Once the lights were off, I was out cold.
... just like Lithuania.
The hostel shared an entrance with McDonalds, of all places. It was an apartment up on the third floor of a building just on the edge of Riga's historic Old Town district. I was told to take my boots off when I got inside and that was just one of many things that made the place feel so homely. For real, it was one of those hostels that's so nice and cosy that you almost don't feel like getting up and going outside.