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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- High-speed internet in room
- Pets allowed
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Russian TV Channels Available
- TV RTR Planeta Russia
- Multilingual staff
- Conference facilities
- Business Services
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... and conquer, so we selected a cozy family-owned B&B in Latvian Valka, and went out to lunch and dinner in Estonian Valga.
We can only go down from here...
The lunch place that came recommended by the tourist office (Lilli Cafe) had a very beautiful garden terrace. But I didn't really want to go back there for dinner (as Dad suggested), because during lunch I had already sampled their entire vegetarian offering (french onion soup).
So while I went ...
Because the breakfast we were being offered wasn't that great, some of us decided to just stay in for the morning and eat a little bit of the stuff we'd gotten the night before at the market. I figured, since I'd helped to convince John at our little meeting the night before that we should get a bit of free time in the Old City in the morning instead of just at our dorms, we'd be ...
... airport terminals.
Average 25-30usd accommodation per day for two (use airbnb, tripadvisor recommended homestays and B&B).In general I would devide accomodation like this - 10-20usd very basic room, fan, breakfast included but if travelling around is completely enough, 20-45usd room with AC & breakfast, may include minibar, may have swimming pool and restaurant, 45-70usd ...
... There was nothing to be enjoyed here, disembark and go out and spend money. We joked right away that, "... We're not in Sweden anymore..." like Dorothy leaving Kansas. Even the Latvian staff on board the ferry wore heavy expressions of inhospitable abruptness. If we smiled at someone on board the ferry, they looked at us like we were nuts. If we smiled at someone in Sweden they looked at us and said, "Hay-hay!" which is simply "hello." ...
... disaster and in the olden days, seafarers used to seek his blessings before embarking on a long voyage.
13. The Museum of the Occupation of Latvia : The highlight of the Riga tour. Even if I had seen none of the places listed above and had come back with having visited only this museum, I doubt that I would have complained.
The Latvian Museum of Occupation jolts you from being a happy-go-lucky tourist, busily clicking away photos of every nook and cranny without ...