Hotel Jelgava

Address: 6 Liela iela, Jelgava, LV 3001, Latvia | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 6 Liela iela, Jelgava.
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Travel Blogs from Jelgava

My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

... of time) these men would leave the cabin with a can of oil and come back with a pair of shoes. Or they would leave with a couple of table-clothes and come back with a bag of blood plasma. All the traders were doing it all up and down the carriage and I expect they were doing it with other cars as well. They were all getting down to exactly the amount of each product that was legal for them to carry across the border. We walked up and down the carriage ...

Riga's Black Magic

A travel blog entry by davefremland on Aug 18, 2011

104 photos

... huge, main market and really absorb the energy of the enormous place, near the main train station, as well as find a pair of sunglasses and a fresh breakfast. When I was at the market earlier in the week, I was struck with awe by the sheer enormity of it but I wanted to really dig in and see just how intense it was.

I began by entering the shopping mall, which is attached to the main train station on one side and actually weaving my way around the shops in the ...

Refused Boarding (& We Were Only In Transit!)

A travel blog entry by heatheravan on Jun 03, 2011

7 photos

... check with the consulate at the Tashkent airport. Back to sitting down and waiting but with a little more hope. Laziz rang to say if need be he would get a letter saying if we were deported on arrival in Uzbekistan, Gap Adventures would pay all costs.

We waited.

Katerina, the check in supervisor, came back smiling. A good sign. Yes, she said our visas are waiting for us at the airport. It has taken nearly 24 hours to get to this, even though we ...

Marc's magical mystery tour

A travel blog entry by slice_n_dice on Aug 31, 2010

2 comments, 14 photos

... there any more. There was never a very big Jewish community here. They were not allowed to join the commerce guild so were denied many commercial opportunities. Today there is just one 80 year old jewish woman left in Valmiera.

We headed home, stopping at a strange little coffee shop in a town called Ragana - which means Witch. The town seems to embrace this moniker because there were carvings and little ...

Storms, Castles and another visit from Lady Luck

A travel blog entry by felixandfloss on Aug 14, 2010

60 photos

... place by the river with a perfect swimming spot. Some young guys told us it is fine to camp here but other older people have told it’s not allowed - but there are many people camping along the rive and spending the evening swimming.
We had dinner and now are going to sleep out, it’s so warm we haven’t even bothered with sleeping bags, we’re just in our clothes laying on our leathers under our mosquito net - the mozzies are thick and ferocious.

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