Clarion Collection Hotel Valdemars
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The nights in Riga are really getting long now. Today (I'm writing this halfway into December) the Sun officially set at 15:42. And it's not a stretched-out twilight either. Nope. When the Sun sets, it sets properly here in Latvia, and it leaves the city in a deep, pitch black darkness.
I have to be honest: it's quite tempting to take a long, hot shower, get into your pyjamas, watch a movie with some Sinterklaas chocolate, and ...
... thousands of jews were rounded up and executed there. Now, there is a picturesque park where part of the camp and the Jewish cemetery was located. Moving to the better part of town, the wooden buildings were largely replaced by stone, a lot being baroque or neo-Classical in style. We also went through the old German cemetery that the Soviets basically destroyed 99% of when they ruled after WW2, but a few old mausoleums and gravestones survive amongst the trees of the ...
... realise how this incident would get me back but little Martia from Latvia, who now walks around with plaster shoes, must have got around to precisely 50% of the people in this country and explained to them her sad story and instructed them not to be nice to me. This would explain why 50% of the people are rude as f**k in this country and would also explain my last information point about Latvia having a split personality. Approaching people, including workers in shops, ...
Took a Night Train from Minsk (Belarus) to Riga (Latvia).
The journey took approximately 12 hours, cabin bed is very comfortable.
Timing for a weekend trip is just nice.
As expected from recommendations, Riga is a nice place for a visits.
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Have a good day.
... animals (a rooster, a cat, a dog, and a donkey) that demonstrated the power of friendship and how people can do a lot of things when they come together. I was a little confused at first, because I didn’t think the story was set in Riga (actually, I knew it was set in Bremen, Germany). Our tour guide explained that Riga’s twin sister city is Bremen, Germany and the statute had been a gift to Riga in 1990. It is said that rubbing the donkey’s nose three times ...