Ezeri

Siguldas pagasts, Ezeri, Sigulda, Latvia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Siguldas pagasts, Ezeri, Sigulda, is near Turaida Castle, Gauja National Park, Knights of the Sword Castle, and Aerodium.
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    Travel Blogs from Sigulda

    Of Lanterns and Lake Fortresses

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 03, 2014

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    ... by a defensive wall. The preservation conditions of the site were so good that not only the timbers of the houses but also leather and birch bark goods survived. Archaeologists were also able to pinpoint the professions undertaken in individual buildings, including the beekeeper’s house and the jeweller’s house. Estimations put the population of the fortress at around 60-90 people. The other two areas of the park include reconstructed stone and bronze ...

    Paddling the Gauja River? That's a paddlin'

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 02, 2014

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    ... breakfast I headed to the car park of the Hotel Sigulda and got picked up my Dom and Anders from Muces, the kayak hire company I was booked in with. Dom hardly spoke a word of English but Anders has been living in England for 5 years so his English was better. They first took me across the river to the spot where I was to finish my trip, and then we drove to the town of Ligatne where I was to start. Ligatne is about a 40 minute drive from Sigulda and from what I saw of it, seemed to be ...

    Getting my inner Viking on!

    A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 01, 2014

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    ... side of the Gauja River, the warrior-monks used it as an economic and military base to rule the region. The main gatehouse and southern wall has been reconstructed and an observation tower erected in the shell of one of the northern towers. When buying my ticket, I paid a little bit extra to partake in some "medieval activities". After looking around the castle, I met my instructor in the ruins of the chapel house. First, he showed me spear throwing. While I only managed to hit ...

    Bobsleighs & Bunkers

    A travel blog entry by hoggs on Apr 25, 2014

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    ... Academy of Science building which gives great views from 65m up. It was nice to see Riga from this viewpoint. The TV tower, which looks like a Soviet Rocket looked great in the sunset.

    Finally - a goodbye meal at Istaba gallery restaurant, which was a fine choice by Anton. A slap up, tapas style feast! Not even room for a pudding!

    And that comrades, is my last night in Riga. My Baltic tour is now complete. Just a museum tomorrow a.m. and the flight home to sunny East Midlands ...

    The Beach

    A travel blog entry by gouldy on Sep 19, 2010

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    ... rainbow would never end. A young Latvian couple in a nearby campervan also joined us. It was a memorable evening eating by the beach with music playing out of the guitar amp. We decided to sleep on the beach rather than heading to Riga and amazingly even though I slept without a tent the mosqitos left me alone to enjoy the starlit sky.

    In the morning we took our time getting ready. The Pulp Fiction soundtrack ...