Kolonna Hotel Brigita

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

LIFE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE TRACKS

A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 27, 2014

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... at maps was a constant visual today. I've been trying to 'map' an area, at least if there appears to be something of interest down a lane.

Down by the Daugava River, chilling. Had passed St Jacob's Church. It is the present seat of the Catholic archbishop. Spent a bit more time with the Three Brothers. The old town is not particularly busy, perhaps with no cruise ship unloading masses of humanity. It's cool by the water. Looking behind me, there is ...

It feels like Christmas

A travel blog entry by smittee on Dec 16, 2013

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... was about the Santa's fair, It is still worthwhile to see it from outside if you are in Riga.
We enjoyed our walk and my daughter felt the cold as she had just come from the hot climate of Hong Kong but she is a tough cookie. We went back to the hotel, ordered the room service which was fine and we went for the spa in the hotel which was really lovely, the hotel is new so the facilities were really ...

Baltic way

A travel blog entry by georgous_travel on Jul 24, 2013

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... by the USSR in 1940, then by Nazi Germany in 1941, and then again by the USSR in 1944. It was interesting to note that the original feeling was relief when the Germans came in as they thought they were being rescued from the USSR. However this was not the case as they had a high Jewish population. Riga all in all was a lovely rest day, it was nice to take things slow and learn so much about a city I didn't really know existed. We ended the day with a lie down in the ...

Sunflowers at the End of the Journey

A travel blog entry by gitana13 on Jun 20, 2013

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... she had won a competition with the group she was going with and the winners of the competition were granted a trip to the UK. I had never heard of anything like it but unfortunately, we did not speak a lot because she had just gotten a concussion the day before and was really tired but her story was quite interesting for the duration of our time talking.

As I boarded the plane from Newark to Oslo, Norway, I was greeted by Norwegian newspapers and a ...

My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

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My very first train ride by myself - teenager, traveling between Indiana and West Virginia in the winter. My parents had decided I could do this trip and it was cheaper than flying. I was to be met on the other end so no worries. The trip down there was fine but the trip back - ugh. West Virginia in the winter is cold and the train had no heating. Or rather it had no heating in the second class coach. It's amazing I wasn't frost bitten by ...