- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
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... br> The flight was good, and all was well until I arrived at the airport in Riga and completely walked past the baggage area. It was smaller than the Austin Straubel area, and there wasn't a customs agent. I had to ask someone at the information desk to let me back in because I didn't grab my bag. She says, in her thick Latvian accent, 'um, why?' And I had no explanation. I just laughed and said I was following the ...
... s up there. When the boys came back we just chilled at the hostel until it was there time to leave for the airport. I was just staying one more night in Riga just to chill out before I went to Vilnius. We played a few games of table football whilst having a beer. Shortly after we said our goodbyes and off they went. I shortly went up to my hostel room to get an early night. There was another guy in my room, but he was already asleep. The following morning I woke up nice ...
... to eat! I've never eaten so much chocolate cake in such a short period of time!
I never knew much about Art Nouveau architecture and the little that I had seen I wasn't crazy about but the guide, Gunta, changed all of that for me. This style became popular for a very short period of time in the late 19th and early 20th ...
... to the oldest church with distinctive decor of wooden coats of arms. Out to a viewpoint across the town either its old walls and turrets. Down into the a Town Hall Square and along many of the narrow streets off it. At last to the hotel and we have a room with a great view through the picture window. After the group meal we go out for a wander around the ...
... and a few big tables. They had some pretty neat chairs as well.
Dinner was a serve yourself from the platters on the table type deal. There was shrimp and fennel salad, salmon and chicken dishes, and desserts. Frankly, it was just nice to sit down and have a proper meal. After supper we had some time to explore the restaurant's three levels (and go to a proper bathroom). It was a little like a castle with a ...