Dodo Hotel

Address: Jersikas 1, Riga, LV1003, Latvia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Jersikas 1, Riga, is near The Museum of the Occupation of Latvia, Town Hall Square, House of Blackheads, and Central Market (Centraltirgus).
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      A paddle in the Baltic Sea

      A travel blog entry by tomholmes on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... then began to walk along the shore. It was great to see a beach without all the crowds and without endless rows of restaurants and sunbeds everywhere. In fact, we only saw one restaurant on the entire beach. We'd certainly picked a good day to go to the beach, with the sun shining and the weather much warmer (and drier) than the day before. We stopped to have a go on the swings for a bit and then left the beach to see some of the town. It is said to be one of the ...


      A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Jul 25, 2014

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      ... former Gardener's House there is an exhibit on the Liv tribe. Many artefacts have been found about the property rethe life and times of the oldest known Latvians.

      The castle itself was last up. There was a tower to climb for the less than satisfactory views. Other lower wings had good exhibits about prison life, the church, guards and the like.

      Left after 1645 for the final push to Riga. A video on the country gave us a sense of what we will ...

      My Trip to Riga

      A travel blog entry by torifitzsimmons on Jun 24, 2012

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      ... and trees everywhere. Everything was very clean and green. We found out that you are fined if you stand on the grass in the city, which explained why the parks looked so beautiful. When our tour stopped it was done raining, for the time being anyways. Eva and I explored the city on our own. I bought my mom a wooden handmade spatula, which I knew she would like. As we walked around we observed the architecture. Lots of it ...

      Cowsheds and Communists

      A travel blog entry by j.mackay on Jul 28, 2011

      ... before taking us to a series of converted warehouses, now art galleries and cinemas, all in the shadow of the ominious skyscraper 'Stalin's Birthday Cake'. Aside from some cringe worthy jokes at the expense of her audience, the guide had done a great job and we tipped accordingly before heading to the central market.

      In Riga the main markets are divided into four, one for meat, one for fish, one for dairy and another selling an assortment ...

      Part 1: Riga

      A travel blog entry by arizonafox on Feb 10, 2011

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      ... the black market, we went back to Old Town (and I finished my laundry, but shrunk two shirts) where Fabian led us on a self-guided walking tour. Old Town was pretty cool. We even walked to the river and saw the Medieval castle (lackluster). After our walking tour, we went to the Black Cat restaurant for lunch. Lunch was really tasty, I had a burrito. It wasn't very burrito-y, but it was tasty and filling.

      After lunch, the group split. Lukas ...