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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... mentioned before, its people.
Despite its obvious drawbacks, from a tourist point of view, the country is easy to travel and is cheap. You can definately see that half of Latvia is determined to embrace change, move ahead ...
... you seem to keep moving for about 1/2 again as long as you were on the train so if I was on a train for 10 hours, for the next 5 hours, my body feels like it's still on the train. small price to pay for an enjoyable ride.
Just a few more stories. Traveling in India with my hubby and a small group of tourists, our guide warned us that the train pulls into the station and stops for just a certain amount of time. We needed to be spread out ...
... on the next train to Majori, the station in Jurmala. Only 30 minutes away from Riga, this town is on the shores of the Baltic Sea and you can tell it would be quite the destination in summer! We wandered down the main street, which was quite quiet, and made our way to the beach. Now it wasn’t the cleanest beach, but it was nice to be back on the beach regardless (albeit in winter coats). There were some odd things like people with metal detectors; bad things like rubbish ...
... of the hangars was pretty much dedicated to the sale of fish, much of it smoked and I was excited to see that smoked sturgeon (whole) were available for sale. We didn’t buy any, perhaps we should have.
We then took in some of the central sights including St Peter’s church and the House of the Blackheads, more of which later. However, what occupied most of the time that afternoon was our visit to an austere, dark cuboid building, the Latvijas ...
... Language exam (presumably Russian was his first language). He changed his application to Veterinary school and then in 1924 applied to transfer from Vet to Law. In 1933, still a student, he applied to defer his studies to join the army. One family member has indicated he died in the Battle of Lenningrad in 1944.
Zelik Dimant was an excellent student, attending elementary school in Petersburg and later attending the Landau ...