ElizaBetes Nams

Address: Elizabetes Street 27, Riga, 1010, Latvia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Elizabetes Street 27, Riga, is near Town Hall Square, House of Blackheads, Cat House, and Latvian War Museum (Latvijas Kara muzejs).
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Travel Blogs from Riga

Suns vai kaķis?

A travel blog entry by eyre on Aug 27, 2014

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... Marta was staying with us for the summer, and she is terribly allergic to cats. And so, Minka moved back into my bathroom, where she continued to stink up the place (I never knew how badly those litter boxes smell, especially when there's a freak two-weak heat wave going on!).

At this point, even Anna started to rethink her position on "aahhhh! kaķis!!" and wished for the cat to go away. And Inese kindly asked me to voice my hatred towards ...

Day 90: Do you smell yourself?

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Jan 15, 2014

1 comment, 1 photo

... The girl at reception informed us that we could change it out at the bank. We thought we would try our luck and one bank visit later we had 2.85 euros instead. Not a bad find.

By the time our bank transaction was over the sun had completely set and it was cold out. We made a quick trip down to look at the river and then headed to the grocery store for dinner things. At the store we noticed that everyone stunk of thick BO. Everyone! From old men to ...

One Step Closer

A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 06, 2013

... of the entire country or even other bits of the city.

Bits like Little Moscow, for example. Set just across the main road to the south of the Old Town, Little Moscow is where the farmers market is, housed in a big hangars that were originally built by the Nazi's to manufacture Zeppelin airships. It's also one of the recognized poorer areas of Riga. I asked how safe it was to go there and was told, after a pause and a 'so so' wobble of the head that it ...

Into Latvia

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 08, 2013

26 photos

... on to our Bangkok Buddha's tears, yum.

We went out to see what we could see, and the first thing we could see, just around the other side of the big cathedral over the road from us, was a little electric "train" running a tour with commentary of the Old City. So we hopped on that and had an utterly mystifying half hour, with some recorded voice reading an utterly incomprehensible "English" script in a thick Latvian accent. I can't understand why, when you ...

My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

... The train starts up and we go about a mile and stop for the Mongolian customs agents. They are much more lax and don't spend near the amount of time on the train as the Russians did. And as soon as the train started moving again, there was the biggest rush to exchange goods back to the original owner that I have ever seen. Merchandise and goods were flying up and down the aisles. We sat on our seats and just didn't move so we wouldn't get knocked ...