Hotel of the Olympic Centre Ventspils

Lielais prospekts 33, Ventspils, LV-3601, Latvia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Lielais prospekts 33, Ventspils.
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Travel Blogs from Ventspils

My First Business Trip

A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 24, 2014

22 photos

... in the topic of the youth event, as they were in the general opportunity to travel and have some fun with an international group of people, everybody got really involved, and I believe some even learned something - if only how to recycle your bubble gum (not compostable!).

Cows at the Beach

After (a not so inspiring) lunch, Anna and I received our thank-you gifts (yay! another souvenir mug!), and we ...

On the run from winter!

A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld on Aug 31, 2011

27 photos

... Now it’s dark at 9pm, the leaves are turning orange and falling across the road as we cycle and you can definitely feel a chill in the air. It’s hard to believe that in a few months’ time it could be as cold as minus 30 here, there will be snow covering everything and parts of the Baltic Sea will be frozen to the point where ferries ...

Ventspils

A travel blog entry by jameslawler on Jun 29, 2011

8 photos

... and he lives in Corinda - basically down the street from where I lived! - small world.



Ventspils is a fairly popular tourist spot for the locals and is also a major port for oil from Russia. Around the city is a large amount of parks with many novely oversided statues. Apart from relaxing on the beach and wandering the different parks I didn't do too much here.

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Day Trip to Europe's Widest Waterfall

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 21, 2011

5 photos

... off, we noticed just down the road, one of the harbour staff stopping cars as they passed him (not many cars here, 3 I recall). I then noticed that he was gesticulating in our direction and next minute, one of the cars, a Toyota truck, stopped and gave us a lift. Grinning, the harbourmaster went back to his office! What a nice, thoughtful thing to do – he had no idea what our plans were but he did know we had a problem and ...

Rain & Wind

A travel blog entry by derek_roberts10 on Jun 20, 2011

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... so it is not being rubbed. However, in windy conditions, it is important that the warps ie the ropes that attach you to the shore, have a bit of give in them to allow for the boat's movements with the wind and wavelets. If you have a non-stretchy one, like I had put on the night before, then you get a periodic, random, graunching sound that disturbs your sleep. Not enough of a noise to warrant struggling to replace it in ...