Hotel Tigra

Address: Veidenbauma 2 , Cesis, LV-4126, Latvia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Veidenbauma 2 , Cesis.
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Travel Blogs from Cesis

Learnings about GPS Navigation

A travel blog entry by silo on Aug 07, 2015

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... quicker and decided to head to the main road - even more gravel roads to pass with

Finally we found out that the main roads in Latvia are classified as Autobahn - not comparison with Swiss and German Autobahn - but they are paved 2 lane roads. Our navigations system has the setting avoid Autobahn, plus curvy roads. Obviously the option avoid ...

Of Lanterns and Lake Fortresses

A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 03, 2014

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... 8217;s right, I got given a proper medieval lantern with a candle to climb the tower with. I got just a little excited about this. Possibly more than an adult should…

I made my way around the castle grounds before crossing the dry moat into the keep proper. Only two towers and two sides of the quadrangular convent building survive, and it was into the western tower I ventured. There were no lights inside. Climbing a medieval castle tower by candlelight ...

Foto-Moto Orienteering

A travel blog entry by eyre on Aug 08, 2014

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... magic with triangles, degrees and something called a transportieris. Apparently, Latvian kids don't bring a geodriehoek to their maths classes, but some contraption that - as far as I can tell - does you no good when actually drawing straight-lined and 90-degree-angled geometric shapes, but will only tell you how many degrees your angle is. Apparently, this thing comes in handy when you're orienteering, and every Latvian has one in their backpack. You ...

Day 32 - Pärnu to Cēsis

A travel blog entry by magicbus1 on Jun 20, 2013

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... of such type in the Baltic region. The ferry consists of two joined boats, covered by a deck of boards. The cable across the river does not let the stream carry the ferry boat down the river, while the power of the stream propels it from one cost to the other'.) Frankly, it reminded me of some of the rafts David Attenborough used to take his Landrover on in Zoo Quest on 1950s telly, and equally terrifying. Alison missed much of this as she was frantically trying to find our stash ...

Uh, we’re not in Kansas anymore

A travel blog entry by lyndshane on Aug 17, 2010

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... all captivating in their own right. One of the town’s crown jewels is the remains of Cesis Castle, a thirteenth century bastion which turned out to be the most well-preserved castle we’ve encountered yet. We approached the castle via the city’s main park, a beautiful medieval green space complete with a small lake and amphitheatre in the shadow of the castle that no doubt added to the atmosphere. Even after close to an hour on the grounds we had ...