Birini Castle

Birini, Riga, 4014, Latvia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Riga

A diplomatic visit to Riga

A travel blog entry by eyre


... the terminal exactly 45 minutes before take-off, quickly buzz through customs and security, and sit down in between the crowd of passengers for Tashkent. Right on time!

We study the faces of the people around us, and can't really decide yet on any typical Central Asian features. We're surrounded by a mixture of Turkish, Chinese, Indian, Russian and European faces. And where are the long skirts and head scarves?? ...

Day 33 - Cēcis to Riga

A travel blog entry by magicbus1


... of driving was quite reasonable, but some Latvians and most of the Russians are on a mission and yield to no man. At one point we had a crazed Russian and a Latvian four abreast with a truck and a scared looking car driver. Fortunately the roads aren't busy, so they got away with it. The nearer we got to Riga, the busier it became. We skirted the old town and the traffic moved very slowly for about 20 minutes. I think the cars not being able to pass ...

My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

... point. If Ulan Ude had been more inviting, we might have. The Mongolians looked at us and to a man, they all got up and left. We sat down on our side, put our bags under the bench (no, they hadn't taken up all the room yet) and sat there looking at each other miserably as the train started to move. After about 10 minutes, nobody had returned to the cabin so I took it upon myself to clean up and see if I could get any of the smoke and fish smell out of ...

Days 15 to 16: Riga

A travel blog entry by mikensoph


... up for all of it -the marinated roasted beef was making Mike’s leg shake!

We spent our morning at the local markets in our much beloved old Soviet aircraft hangars where Mike got a bit excited and spent the last of our money on a huge punnet of blueberries which became our lunch and dinner!

Riga was always a great destination but now we think it is better than ever, just don’t expect it to be super cheap anymore!

Uz ...

Ata, Latvia!

A travel blog entry by holly.bowser


... few ninths later to finalize our process.

So, as we say "Ata" or goodbye to Latvia, we take with us many memories and the blessed addition of having a teenager daughter.

If you get the chance, pray for us as we travel home. Pray for my sweet boys who eagerly await our arrival. And pray for Jeremy and I, that we can guide our precious ones as our family strives to serve God in all capacities.

Until then!



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