Days Hotel Riga VEF
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... much much better. For each purchase we saved 10-20% from total, that's a LOT! And a choice and freshness of food is great! Remember that food price tags are also without tax, it will be added at checkout desk.
7) Eating out. Unless You go for widely known places like Hardrock, MC, Bubba gump etc, check eg Tripadvisor for nearby restaurants, differentiate Your dining by having several culture dishes incl local specifics, perfect views, best service & price.
... how to get to the Art Novae Museum from the KGB building (former U.S. embassy) but I was somewhere else and it shouldn't have been so complicated. I was determined to locate the Art Nouveau district not because of the Museum but because of Sienna Art Cafe.
Taking the wrong turns, walking in the wrong direction I found the Canadian Embassy and Old St-Gretrudes Church. I eventually ...
... panoramic photos. Back down we visit the Russian Orthodox Church on the next corner, very serious, ornate and no photos allowed. Next to the pretty Lutheran church around the corner that couldn't contrast more with simplistic design. The time is approaching for the Tour de France to start in Yorkshire and conveniently there is a bar by the church that has it live on TV. We spend an hour following the Depart from Leeds to the start at Harewood House ...
... is only a 10 minute bike ride away (as a Dutchy, I believe biking in Latvia - or any other country for that matter -deserves its own blog post, so more on that later).
To go to Vecrīga (old Riga), I just ride through the bleak park (it's probably really nice in summer, but now it's just grey with one sad kilometre of artificial cross-country ski track), past the huge, starred war memorial (a pretty controversial one, since it's actually the ...
... street is now clear and open.
Germans were some of the first merchants and most persistent merchants that came to Riga to trade. They had guilds and merchant organizations. While they were German, for some reason, they were called "Blackheads" and were drawn as if they had darker skin. Maybe they are the original merchants of the beauty ...