Kursa Hotel

Address: Pilsetas Lauk 6, Kuldiga, Latvia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Pilsetas Lauk 6, Kuldiga.
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Travel Blogs from Kuldiga

Back to Latvia

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 01, 2014

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... was, according to the map, just a little further on. Once again, drove right by (they're not too good on their signage), turned around, and climbed the steps to the viewing platform. The sight, sound and smell of thousands of these birds was quite something, and we didn't even get pooped on!

Once back on the mainland, (after not seeing any deer, elk or boar – most disappointed), we headed north along the coast road, and planned to stop ...

A herb for every chakra

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jun 15, 2014

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... i herbal tea farm knows everything about the ayurvedic powers of her teas, and has even planted seven different plots in her massive garden - one for each chakra. In each of the little gardens she grows a collection of herbs and plants that are associated with a certain chakra. Nettles and basil in the root chakra garden, taragon and peppermint in the heart chakra garden, and so on and so on.

On the first day, Māra took us on a tour past all ...

Swimming in the Ventas Rumba

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on May 29, 2014

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... out running we made it to the ruins. Well, we made it to the clearing where the castle and then the ruins once were...so really just a patch of grass within a tree lined box! Back in town it was crunch time- Ally was hopping in for a "free water massage". Turns out the water was not nearly as warm as we thought yesterday! Still though he bravely persevered and stuck his head under the falls. Some locals out walking even gathered to gaze in amazement at this crazy kid with his freckles ...

Cool in Kuldiga

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on May 28, 2014

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... to the Venta river and a wander about at the waterfall. Ally was keen to jump in for a swim but we decided to delay until tomorrow when we will come more prepared. The water was incredibly warm and inviting but we're not sure if this was just due to our hands being freezing! Back in the old town we enjoyed sitting by the fantastic changing water fountain outside the town hall. The town hall itself was beautifully done; very classy and yellow. At the tourist information ...

Flying fish in Kuldiga

A travel blog entry by lostalready on Apr 28, 2010

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Admittedly it would be hard to beat the fantastic Ventspils tourist office, but Kuldiga does not even try. The girl at the desk looked annoyed to have been interrupted from her email, although she answered our questions satisfactorily. Kuldiga has the widest waterfall in Europe at 249m, also possibly the lowest at 2m but they don't put that in the brochures. We were lucky enough to find a hostel where the view from the sofa in ...

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