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

    Riga's Black Magic

    A travel blog entry by davefremland on Aug 18, 2011

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    The shop is called “Hobbywool” which I had found similar to Hollywood but when I asked her about the pun-like name, she seemed surprised about the similarity and chuckled as though she had never noticed it before. I was amused because I thought for certain it was on purpose.

    Meanwhile, Ilese and I began by walking to a few locations in the central heart of Riga, past a building which has two large cats perched on top looking down on ...

    An Unexpected Layover in Riga

    A travel blog entry by jackdrury on May 23, 2011

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    ... lot expletive deletives spoken ove rthe next few moments as people from twenty metres or more watched and wondered.

    Eventually we went back to the customer service counter to seek an alternative plan. A 9:45 p.m. arrival in Vienna, via Brussels did not work for us, so I suggested to the attendant that they put us up in a hotel in Riga for the night. The next direct flight to Vienna ...

    Visiting my great grandmother's birthplace...

    A travel blog entry by slice_n_dice on Aug 30, 2010

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    ... without Jews). The last Jew in Zagare left a few years ago to live with his children in Vilnius.

    On the way back to Latvia we stopped at a large abandoned building that used to be a major synagogue and a 500 year old Jewish cemetery with only 5 old headstones left. Written in both German and Hebrew, the headstone extolled the virtues of a woman born in the 1790s who died in the 1830s.


    Storms, Castles and another visit from Lady Luck

    A travel blog entry by felixandfloss on Aug 14, 2010

    60 photos

    ... built the tower where they did. Down below a group of people were setting up for a public dance/rave party in the park, so loud dance music was reaching us up on the tower, the afternoon sun was still hammering us but thankfully there was a little breeze to cool us a little. It was quite a bizarre scene, standing on a castle tower in the sweltering sun with dance music pumping below and out over the Latvian countryside.

    We came down from the tower ...

    A Latvian Christmas

    A travel blog entry by stevecleverdon on Dec 24, 2009

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    Day one was a busy one! We were picked up on arrival but Katrinas Mother and rushed into Riga for Katrina to do an ice skating photo shoot for her Mother skating school. After a whole day there it was back to Jelgava but before we could eat and rest we had to go watch her little brothers nativaty play in school which was cute but completely confussing if you don't speak Latvian. By now I was starving and extremely greatful that we were taken for pizza ...