Dome Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... thats the word I could make out) from the uni were being invited up on stage. As each one came up, the students from that faculty would cheer and holler for their professor. I would never imagine something like this happening back home. After all the the professors were on stage, the dean (I think) was brought out and then all the academics sung what I assume was the Latvian national anthem, with quite a few of the students joining in. Back home, I'm sure ...
... fully fledged operation that supports the city’s locals’ needs and not just the tourists. This local dependency has altered the look of the old city, enough so to have UNESCO threaten to remove their Heritage Listing on the area if more building and changes took place. I didn’t really see the problem as the architecture seems to complement each other. The new buildings of glass and steel are designed in such a way that they seem to flow into the old ...
... I saw a
hidden baggage fee I had to pay (even though I had done extensive
research, the discounted airlines often find a way to sneak prices up on
you) so I had to pay an extra $50 just to be able to check my one bag
with only 44 pounds of allowance.
BAH! I'm just going to brush it off, because bright and early tomorrow morning,
I fly to Amsterdam.
... big city feel that is unmatched anywhere else in the region. The capital is almost as large as Tallinn and Vilnius combined, and you’ll find original, high-quality restaurants and hotels that give Riga something to brag about.
Although Riga’s Old Town is its calling card, you can’t ignore the predominate art nouveau style you’ll see throughout the modern city. In the early 1900s, because of an economic and building boom, Riga became one of ...
... is also valued as a city with a unique collection of wooden developments in its central section.
In the course of history, Riga has traditionally served as a crossroads for trade and business between east and west. In 1282 it became a member of the Hanseatic League and remained an active member until its disintegration some 300 years later.
I bought from there some souvenirs and warm handmade glows, made ...