Kolonna Hotel Brigita

Address: Saulkalnes Street 11, Riga, 1058, Latvia | 3 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Riga

Suns vai kaķis?

A travel blog entry by eyre on Aug 27, 2014

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... some angry cat scratches. He explained that Minka (Latvian for "Kitty") used to live with some friends of theirs, but they moved away, so now we would take care of her. Since Lotte was in the countryside, he thought that would be fine. Minka was still a bit shaken up from the trip to the new house, so she would stay in the bathroom for a while.

Almost a week later, Minka still hadn't moved from underneath the radiator, and continued to hiss angrily ...

Day 90: Do you smell yourself?

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 15, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... We had no idea where the snow could be coming from. There wasn't even wind that could maybe blow loose snow from roofs or trees.

We had a short wait in the bus station before our giant yellow bus pulled up. We boarded with no problem and took our pre-selected seats at the back. This bus had 63 seats on it plus a bathroom. It was a monster bus. The ride took about 4 hours including a passport check at the boarder (by 'check' i mean the guard casually gave a ...

First time Asia - planning & packing phase!

A travel blog entry by ingak on Oct 01, 2013

... class trains, long-houl internal fligts), so book in advance to get not only best price but tickets as such! Now flight tickets international and internal ones in a pocket, for accomodation used mostly airbnb.com rentals and tripadvisor recommended guesthouses to feel the culture, chat with people and have best suggested options what to see/do, and the last but not least - what to ...

Into Latvia

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 08, 2013

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... did that, and found about four all lined up, the drivers gathered around the front one chewing the fat. Some discussion around where the hotel might be, and eventually the driver of the front taxi said, "Okay, 5 Lat!" LAT?!? What the hell are those?? "Euros?" we asked. No, no Euros, had to be Lat. So I parked Gray and the suitcases in a scrap of shade nearby, and set off to acquire Lat in the nearby train station.... which turned out to be a gigantic market. One huge hall ...

My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

... somehow conveyed that we were Germans and his father spoke only Russian and German. But that's another tale.

We got on the train in Ulan Ude and found our way to our cabin. When we walked in, there were 4 Mongolians sitting in there and they had out beer, and tuna cans open and sardine cans open and were smoking cigarettes and were having a great party. My husband and I looked at each other and wondered if we should just get off the train ...