Days Hotel Riga VEF
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we cooked one of our best dishes to date - homemade potato wedges and chicken nuggets! So amazing I never wanted it to be over!
The next day we headed back to the Museum of the occupation of Latvia. It was one of the best and most informative museums I've been to and really highlighted all that the Latvian people have been though. It tells the story of the soviet occupation and the deportation of nearly 16000 people to GULAG camps. Conditions on the ...
... Riga and the real citizens of Riga engaged in everyday life. The area is called Moscow South.
The Central Market has four huge market buildings: fish, vegetables, everyday stuff, the final one like a supermarket. Blueberries were popular. Other stalls out in the open sold basics. The entire area was where the average Rigan might be found.
The Academy of Sciences was Riga's first skyscraper. It is known as Stalin's birthday cake for its ...
... Pizza restaurant near our hotel, the pizzas were really great here and we walked to our hotel and they had changed our room which was much better than our previous room, my daughter was too tired to go for the spa but she was happy that we had wifi. We had a brilliant day at Riga but my daughter had cold so I started her on the flu medication.
... chocolate sauce and ice cream. The rest of the day filled with souvenir shopping and a quick nap before going out to the schnitzel house for dinner with the group, this was our chance to mingle with the new people on tour. Riga in Latvia was the next Baltic/ Europe gem we came across and that wasn't until after Russia on the 23rd of July, this was a welcomed break from the non smiling folk of Russia. It actually felt odd having friendly customer service again I had to ...
... you could see Siberia from to rooftop. The meaning of that was that most of the 600.000 people which went through the front door were sent to labour camps in Siberia or executed in the nearby woods.
Today a weekend long festival has started: midsummer night. Music and drinking beer for the locals. The sun sets at 11.30 and rises again a few hours later, it never gets really dark. Peak hour at midnight was a sight to be seen to be ...