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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- TV Channel One Russia
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... housed in and around the giant hangars that were built for the German Zeppelins in WW1. A market is a far better use for them, I think. Each one hosts a specific kind of market - one with fish, one with cheese (mmm, cheese, mmm) etc. Outside was mainly given to fresh local fruit and get and I wish I could include in this blog a clip of the scent of strawberries that filled the air. The market runs all week and there are some areas that continue through the night. I ...
... things I saw or heard about were a military parade, and some classical concerts. Of course, every single person - either Latvian or Russian-speaking - was wearing a little Latvian flag pin. And, of course, o Lativan celebration is complete without a big fireworks show. So in the evening, the entire population of Riga gathered on the bank of the river Daugava to admire a (disappointingly short) display of lovely fireworks in National colours.
... Australia. One of these women has a doctorate in Design Art and another one has two degrees is theology. They are well learned and wise in many ways of the world yet simple, easy going and fun to talk to. There is also a deputy from Florida with whom we spent part of the afternoon and he told us about gruesome crime scenes and morbid accidents. Fascinating stuff... I had to ask, haven't met too many cops in my life so i jumped on the chance and to ...
Took a Night Train from Minsk (Belarus) to Riga (Latvia).
The journey took approximately 12 hours, cabin bed is very comfortable.
Timing for a weekend trip is just nice.
As expected from recommendations, Riga is a nice place for a visits.
Some photos to share, please scroll down.
Have a good day.
... said to be the best male hairstylist in Riga. The little, quirky man was charming and animated and seemed to want us to stay all afternoon and chat, inviting us to relax in the comfortably furnished waiting room, have a cup of tea and hang out a while, which of course, was impossible. I am sure If I spent any more time with him, we would be very good friends.
Another stop which Inese insisted on showing me was an area made up of former factories, (I think some ...