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- Continental Breakfast
- TV Channel One Russia
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... scout Valka, Dad digitally scouted Valga and came up with the ominously named "Bar Conspirator". This turned out to be more of an experience than a dinner. To picture the interior: imagine a very very drab common room in a 70's senior's center. The waitress seemed... ehm.. not quite unfriendly or unkind, but rather completely and utterly unsuited for any kind of hospitality-related career. She did not speak unless spoken to, chucked our dishes onto our table from half a meter ...
... get a good breakfast at a coffee house.
Before we left, we did have to pack up all of our things in a bag for the day because our first performance of the concert was in the afternoon and we weren't going to be able to go back to the dorms to change, and you really didn't want to wander around the city in the uniforms.
Everyone sort of dispersed once we ...
... and quality adequate resort with room ac, swimming pool, high quality service and amenties. Above 70usd more like luxury.
The most important to have good water pressure, there is no need for hot water, as it is not chilly cold anyway, there is no need for AC, fan is completely enough and it allows to get used to climate very fast. Another issue – cleanness, definitely check Tripadvisor ...
... to be brusque and say "hay-hay!" in Latvia. No, we're not in Scandanavia anymore. But Riga is a marvelous city. We found the open air market, the cobblestoned Old Town and a chocolate maker, much to Anna's delight. The former Soviet oppression is still palpable, but Latvia has been hard at work to shed its past. According to our Swedish friends, who served in the Swedish navy and lived in Moscow during the cold war, all of the Baltic states are trying hard ...
... in the world, and brings you face to face with life at Latvia during the war.
Scenes from all the Holocaust movies that I have watched flitted before my eyes as I made the rounds of this museum. Never knew before that Latvia too had its own Auschwitz-like horror story - 'Rumbula'.
Fraught with years of a brutal Soviet regime of terror and oppression, where all protests and rebellions were stifled by an iron fist and the free voices mercilessly silenced by deportations ...