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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
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... and after a period of Swedish rule the Russian's ruled until WWI. Following the war the country gained independence achieving one of Europe's highest standards of living but with the Nazi/Soviet Non Aggression pact between Russia and Germany the country was once again invaded and fell under Russian control in 1939. Many people welcomed the Nazi's in hopes that they would free them from Russian rule so they could regain their independence. In typical ...
... stayed here for a couple of beers and shots. I got talking to a nice girl and the bar who seemed to know my full name. I couldn't work out how she knew me from. Eventually she told me that she works at my hostel. She pretty much stalked me to find out my name, none of the other workers knew my name. The next bar we went to was so much fun. Again we had a couple more beers and shots. Tom stole a lime and told me to bite a bit off and eat it. I did but this thing was uneatable. ...
... the Art Nouveau buildings and knew that I was in the right neighborhood. The Riga Art Nouveau Museum was built in early 1900s as a private house. The furnishings are typical of the era and the guides are dressed in Art Nouveau costumes. The spiral staircase at the entrance is its best feature. It was the busiest museum of all my trip.
I had no trouble ...
... easier to run up and down the 6 flights of stairs to the dorm.
We were first taken to a park where we waited a little bit and basked in a bit of sun and green. When it was close to our time for our sound check, we were taken to a University hall where we had to wait again for a bit. We waited outside for a little bit, and then inside for a bit when it was coming up to our turn for soundcheck. They hustled us into the room really ...
The three brothers are the oldest residential buildings in the city.
The cat house shows two cats that ...