City Hotel Teater
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Warmish night but eventually it was almost 0700 before I got out of bed. Showered and up with materials to plan the free today, including possibly a museum or two. I finished up there c 0800 and nobody else around. What's with these lazy English, John? They would never make honourary members of the Algerian Committee.
Mike tried to justify …
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The room was not too hot overnight, a good thing. Saw 0647 on the watch and had a shower before heading up for the brekkie. Nice sausage and some different salads; a good spread. There shortly after 0700, reading up on Riga and nary a soul from the group …
... I had DELICIOUS lamb, sauerkraut and salad. So hearty I wanted to cry. Latvia is most definitely cheaper than Sweden, though obviously not that cheap in this touristy area. Still, you can do a lunch for like 5-7 euros no problem. We walked over to the central market. It had several hangars, each with a theme. There was one area with a lot of pastries, so we got a conch shaped pastry filled with cream for 0.36 euros... First, there was a blonde hair on top of ...
... in a hostel where the other people blatantly don’t care that someone in the room is trying to sleep. In every other hostel I’ve been in people at least try to be quiet. Not these ones though.
Consequently when my alarm went off at 5:30, I only had a maximum of 2 hours sleep. I had showered the night before so I quickly scoffed the 2 croissants and I bought yesterday and finished packing. If I was paying a little less attention to the noise I ...
... doors so we could all get into the train and then work our way to our assigned seats. Luckily he was very experienced at this. He knew we would never all be able to get onto the train if we tried to each get on with our luggage so he hired porters and then got the three biggest, strongest men from our group and lined up all the luggage where he knew a door would stop. They then started passing in the luggage through the door and the windows. The ...