Kursa Hotel

Pilsetas Lauk 6, Kuldiga, Latvia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Kuldiga

Mana māja

A travel blog entry by eyre

9

... I've seen countless cute wooden houses that would be really lovely if only somebody would splash a bit of paint on them (in the words of my colleague's Dutch father-in-law: "Did all Latvian painters die out or something..?"). Some of them just look a bit chipped, leaky and wobbly, other are plain uninhabitable, burnt down or collapsed.

So if anybody has a bit of cash and a paintbrush to spare: come join me in Riga! It's really pretty here - in theory..
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Day 91: A cold day for exploration

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber

2
9

... and had a bumper sticker that said simply "LATVIA!" He was teased for it... After, Johnny saw a building that had an architecture he liked so we walked over to it. Apperently Joseph Stalin liked that style of building too and he had it built in Riga. It is now used for the Academy of Science. We went inside because we thought it was a science museum. It was super awkward inside and we left in a hurry because we didn't want any Latvian exchanges again.

The last stop ...

Saaremaa and Singing

A travel blog entry by bollinger_babe

... typical!). But they allowed me to trade it for a free cocktail of the day, so I enjoyed a nice cold mojito.

One of the barmen got up to do a really good (and funny) version of Stayin’ Alive, complete with the Bee Gees trademark falsetto notes. He won a free bottle of bubbly which he donated to another passenger in the room. Typical how the crew won one ...

Flying fish in Kuldiga

A travel blog entry by lostalready

6

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 ...

More waterfalls

A travel blog entry by laine

3

... we thought we would stop. Kuldiga is a very small slightly run down town, but it has a charm to it. The waterfall was very wide, but, it was about 1 meter tall, so I don't know if you would call it a waterfall or a rapid really, but hey, let them have it. We had some lunch there and a half litre of beer that only cost 1.50 Euros! There didn't seem much point staying on, so we decided to head to Lithuania. Miles so far: ...

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