Felicia Hotel

Address: Stirnu 32b, Riga, 1084, Latvia | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Riga

Riga - Day 4

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Sep 06, 2014

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... Sienna Art Cafe. Walking in felt like a time warp into Art Nouveau era and it has shelves of books and magazines like a few other cafes do. Hyacinthe would've been jealous of the china!




It was pleasant to be away from all the action and transported into another time with French music. Riga Art Nouveau is a souvenir shop that sells Art Nouveau items exclusively right ...

Riga

A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Jul 05, 2014

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... way across the park for another couple of photos! Hungry and thirsty we look for refreshments everywhere is heaving but we spot an Indian restaurant with bar next door showing the football Argentina v Belgium. So the best of all worlds, excellent curry, drink and football! At halftime we adjourn to the Kiwi Bar to watch the second half, Argentina win 1-0. Wander through the town stopping for a cheap drink that couldn't be resisted at 1 euro for a beer! We ...

Mana māja

A travel blog entry by eyre on Feb 26, 2014

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... I've seen countless cute wooden houses that would be really lovely if only somebody would splash a bit of paint on them (in the words of my colleague's Dutch father-in-law: "Did all Latvian painters die out or something..?"). Some of them just look a bit chipped, leaky and wobbly, other are plain uninhabitable, burnt down or collapsed.

So if anybody has a bit of cash and a paintbrush to spare: come join me in Riga! It's really pretty here - in theory..
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Flight to St. Petersburg

A travel blog entry by 2swiss on Jul 22, 2013

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Well, we can't say whether Riga is worth a trip. Judging from the airline Baltic Air there is a thin line between budget and splurge service. Actually both are separated by a hair's breadth, so to speak. While the business class travelers one row in front of us were served food and drinks, we were left to ponder whether we wanted an over-prized food or drink item. There was only a skimpy curtain between the classes. Luckily the window and weather allowed ...

Tales from Old Riga

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 09, 2013

... and of course, the women would arrange to be sure someone would see them. The law stated that if a man was in a compromising room with an unmarried woman, he must marry her or pay a heavy fine. Unfortunately for the women, most of the Blackheads had enough money to just pay the fine. So all their fine planning to entice the bachelor into a room and then ...