Royal Square Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as it would lead anyone who has come for an “interview” and even takes you to the area where people were assassinated. The fate of this location is currently unknown as there is a lot of investment required to get the building back to a habitable state and the state has not decided what they will do with the building in the end. The museum has been promised one more year in the location but after that it is anyone's guess. Better get here before it's gone.
... two because it puts money back into the economy. Then we took a walk around another harbour which is no longer in operation. They are slowly turning the abandoned buildings into shops and restaurants. After these buildings you could tell we we're leaving the city behind us. The buildings were becoming a lot like the soviet type buildings which is known as little Russia. One of the buildings looked really familiar. It was the same style of building that I have seen pictures of ...
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RIGA RAILWAY STATION
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THIS CLOCK IS A GIFT FROM JAPAN
LATVIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH (remember when George wanted ...
... a few things to bring home. We also took pictures in the mirror ceiling they had with little candies stuck to it. After that, we did a bit more shopping as we weren't quite certain when/if we'd get time later to do it. I got a couple postcards to put in an album along with a shot glass for Zach.
We stopped in a couple of the open markets. I picked up a little watercolour of Riga to put up in my house while Sophia and Johanna decided ...
... impressed, that there is an entire section of Art's work in this blog. This guy, Art Nouveau, really kept busy around town. During our walks each day, one of us was constantly shouting, "LOOK UP!" or you would miss the amazing facades of these buildings. Our constant shouting caused a lot of others to look up, too. It's a city of shouting tourists.