Royal Square Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of religious artwork. The walking tour ended on the outskirts of the old town in a park. Apparently when the city wall came down there had been some debate as to what to do with the land. It was eventually decided that the moat should be kept and turned into a little river around the outskirts of the old town and where the wall once stood was turned into a park which also circles the city.
After calling back in at the hostel for a quick lunch and a much ...
... included in this cruise were part of the Hanseatic League (Hansa) ... a significant Northern trading group founded back in the 1200's by German merchants.
In History, Latvia became part of a Swedish empire then Russian and finally became independent for the first time in 1918 before falling under Soviet control after the 2nd World War and finally becoming independent once more in ...
... food - lots of potatoes and cheese - Raewyn had a spinach drink and Pieter had rhubard and berries. Sounds weird but it was tasty. Raewyn was also happy to find Solyenka, a favourite Russian soup. We looked in some shops, Raewyn brought 2 tops. Then back to the hotel to finally check in. It was about 2.30pm by then. We got the key and went up to the room. We couldn't believe it, the room had not been made up. Pieter marched back down and confronted the front desk. ...
Making our way to Riga in Latvia was interesting, they have a serious problem with keeping their roads maintained. But Riga itself was great having amazing buildings with so many small cobbled alley ways packed with restaurants,cafes, bars, nik-nak shops and everything else. All being unique with their own character,with no large chain company's that we are used to. Deciding to do the sights we planned our route starting with the house of ...
... on top of electric poles. In California, we had seen smaller ones and these were eagles' nests. Here, they are storks' nests and they are really formidable, much much larger than the wimpy eagle version. Typically, storks build their nests on top of people's chimneys but that wasn't too safe on the fire hazard front so people would move them to "fake" poles. When the nests are on electric poles, the electric company installs safety aprons around the nest so ...