Hotel Melnais Starkis Guesthouse

Address: Kolkas Iela 12, Jurmala, Latvia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kolkas Iela 12, Jurmala.
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    Travel Blogs from Jurmala

    Reaching Riga

    A travel blog entry by nirnimesh.dube on May 18, 2015

    6 photos

    ... bus was that it had wifi connection throughout the journey of three and a half hours. After being driven for two and a half hours on the Estonian smooth and creaseless roads passing through beautiful country side full of pine forests, we entered Latvia and the difference was quite evident. The quality of roads had drastically dropped. Even the country side looked less attractive. It was about 3 pm when we reached Riga. 5 minutes walk from Bus station and we were ...

    Slechts op Bezoek

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Oct 03, 2014

    14 photos

    ... so that was exactly what we did! Not only did we have to process our lovely fresh forest mushrooms, but we also still had more than half a pumpkin in the fridge, which I had saved after one of homo ecos:'s events last week, where it had been used as a door-stopper. Anna and I had already made pumpkin pie, pumpkin soup, pumpkin tajine, so Marianne and I added a big batch of pumpkin flapjes (bulciņas) ...

    Is Not Potato Man

    A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 14, 2014

    5 comments, 12 photos

    ... walked towards more crosses than anyone has ever seen in their life. Some estimates put the number of crosses at over 50,000, and it's really something else to see. From afar, all you can see is the really huge crosses but then as you get closer you can see the medium sized crosses - and when you get really close you realise that there are small crosses and tiny crosses in every nook and cranny. It's like a Mandelbrot, no matter how much you zoom in there is more detail. ...

    What's my Name (Day)?

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 30, 2014

    5 photos

    ... put together.

    While you may pass on celebrating your actual birthday, a Name Day is always observed. Name Day celebrants must receive gifts and flowers and even hugs (Latvians are generally not very touchy-feely). While you must call ahead for a birthday visit, a Name Day celebrant should expect family and friends to drop by unannounced. And, obviously, there is no excuse to forget your mum's or neighbour's Name Day - even some ATM's will tell you that ...

    One Step Closer

    A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 06, 2013

    ... be OK as long as I didn't flash my wallet around.

    I found out that there are two free walking tours to take part in, one of the Old Town and another that goes around Little Moscow. The Old Town is nice and everything but I can see that on my own and stop wherever I felt like it to look at the map. I assumed I probably couldn't (read: shouldn't) do that in Little Moscow so I took that free tour instead. This time the tour guide was holding a ...