How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Travel Blogs from Riga
... Christian youth group classic, "Lord of the Dance". Expect they'll slip some Bach in next.
Across the road is a bar called the Funny Fox where I had a rum and coke outside on the footpath and continued reading Crete. Beautiful afternoon (it was 5.30 by now) and a lot of other people are doing what I'm doing - having a Friday afternoon drink.
A little further down the street is a place called Easy Wine which is a similar concept to Pourtal in Santa Monica. They ...
... plants. A large proportion have a seat of some kind. To be near your loved one? While some graves do have headstones they are usually of a free form type. They seem in some ways 'living' types of graves.
The Brothers cemetery across the road was built for Latvian soldiers who died during WWI. This is a more park-like memorial.
... cultural exchange" experience. I'm travelling because it's interactions like these that I treasure. I really hope to have more like that with others in my coming destinations, but I know it will be difficult because I don't have cousins everywhere =/ I guess we'll see... I write this the following day (monday), and look forward to Budapest on Wednesday. Not going to write about the food, I would be writing for hours. It's delicious and amazingly cheap. I will be back one ...
... came 1 1/2 hours later (and yes, we are standing there the entire time), the platform was full of all the people who would have been on our train that didn't come plus all the people who were scheduled for the train that was coming now. And as the train pulls into the station, it is obvious that it is already full. The only good part about this is we had no luggage. We pile into the train along with everyone else. I try to get into the first class ...
... the rest of our group for more Independence Day activities. We bought some hot, spiced wine and headed over to the Liberty monument for the ceremonies. There were light shows on building everywhere--very modern art. We arrived to a park full of luminaries and candles making everything so beautiful! Then, a parade of people carrying torches came down the main street and stopped in front of the monument. Choirs sang and ...