Gastehaus Pukkalnini

Address: 5020 Ogre Lettland, Ogre, 5020, Latvia | Hotel
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        Travel Blogs from Ogre

        Tallinn to Riga

        A travel blog entry by draak777 on May 01, 2014

        5 photos

        ... There was 1 stop in Parnu, a very beautiful looking city with a huge number of pretty wooden houses right on the roadside. We only had 5 minutes for the stop so we both rushed to the loo then Pieter brought some tasty buns because we had not had breakfast. They went very well with coffee available on the bus. Raewyn was impressed by all the trees on the ride. Lots of pines and birch trees. Pieter saw a stork. Crossing the border into Latvia we cruised past the old ...

        Out in Ogre

        A travel blog entry by eyre on Mar 15, 2014

        16 photos

        ... br>
        So, in this case, one of my homo ecos: colleagues has her kids in a small-town school that also uses EVS volunteers, and she thought we might like to meet each other. So a couple of weeks ago, Valentina from Austria came to visit me in Riga. And this week, Valentina invited me over to her neck of the woods (semi-literally): the town of Ogre (pronunciation: -ugre).

        Demography & architecture

        Ogre is is just 40km or a 45-minute ride on ...

        The Road to Riga

        A travel blog entry by rachel21601 on Jul 19, 2013

        10 photos

        ... where my family came from (my father called it Posville and I always thought he was kidding), I got very excited when Bob first noticed the sign for Pasvalys, 31km. From the bus, the village looks green and prosperous with comfortable and a few substantial houses. There was no place for a picture, but Johanna did ask the driver to stop so that I could take a photo of the sign for the Pasvalio region. When we stopped for coffee a few miles ...

        My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

        A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

        ... we had been there for about an hour already. Again, the customs agents asked where our stuff was. We stood up and showed him it was under our seat and he just asked us to leave the cabin so he could check the other two men. He never looked at our items but unpacked everything the other two men had. Finally they were through with our carriage and they have this inspection down to a science because almost all the customs agents exited the train at the ...

        The meat of the Baltic sandwich

        A travel blog entry by aborder on Sep 19, 2011

        2 comments, 21 photos

        ... door with a coin slot! At least the sink was free. Bellies full, we set about seeing Viktorija's Riga. I say this as my kind hosts always ask me before I arrive what I want to see? I simply respond, I want to see YOUR city through YOUR eyes.

        We left the old city, crossed Akmens bridge over the Daugava River. On the other side, we turned right and found an embankment, Viktorija's pace slowed, ...