Kolonna Hotel Cesis
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... is weaker than avoid autobahn
So we arrived relatively tired and exhausted in Cesis. The town was as inviting as we thought and the visit to the two castles was relatively short - tourism is a young industry and has to improve
We enjoyed a good dinner on the terrasse and went to sleep early - only that the party inhibited to have sweet dreams
... much fun. I couldn’t stop grinning and laughing. It paid to stop and let one’s eyes adjust to the dark, which gave me time to think what would I do if the candle went out? Trying to navigate a tight, spiral staircase in pitch dark didn’t seem like a fun idea. By the light of my lantern, I made my way up the several floors of the tower, one of which included the hall of the grandmaster which still had its arched ceiling. From the top floor I got a ...
... new every day..
And so we raced from beautifully overgrown church ruins to picturesque hill-side graveyards to the highest hill of Latvia (Gaizinkalns) to stately manors to a nice refreshing lake to ....
When we reached the lake, we (Regīna, Santa, Anna and I) were pretty much done with sitting in a car all day, so we decided to give up on winning the competition and went for a tremendously relaxing swim in the cool lake.
... in the safe to pay for the terror ride. It cost two Lats (about £2.40) but for that you got a nice colour-printed ticket. Shortly after that the tarmac made a welcome reappearance and we soon arrived at the secret bunker. Or at least the Satnav, using coordinates from the official Latvian tourist website, said that we had. I know it was a secret bunker, but surely that was then. Now it is a tourist attraction. Where were the signs? There appeared to be a health and ...
... past with a shaved head but for a long floppy fringe while an LCD Soundsystem remix blasted through the speakers. This was hipster paradise.
Shuffling to the bar for a drink, Jack made his major faux pas of the night - "Would you guys call yourselves hipsters?", he asked innocently. "What the **** do you mean by hipster?" replied the barman in broken English and a cold expression before walking off aggressively and refusing to serve us until we ...