Maritim Park Hotel Riga
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Baltic sea. It's a quick 20 minute ride supposedly. We bought train tickets to Jurmula but didn't realize the stop was Majori. I looked at Google maps on my phone and Jurmula was much farther down the line. The beach is a summer haven for the city folk but it's a 5-10 mile beach. We got out at a ****** residential district that gave us a good feeling of what it was like to live under the Soviet days - ugly, crumbling high ...
... br> We pulled into the central bus station in Riga at around 2pm, and I grabbed my bags and walked over to my hostel, a few minutes away in the Old Town. The hostel was much bigger than the one in Vilnius, but seemed friendly enough and had funky decor. At any rate, I was only staying for one night, so it didn't matter much. I was greeted at reception with a shot of Riga Black Balsam, the local liqueur. It's sort of sickly-sweet and very strong, not altogether pleasant, but ...
... he gave all of us a shot of Riga black balsam, which was again lovely. Then we took off on our own tour - going to see the art nouveau street (Alberta iela) and museum, the several small parks on the border of Vecriga, the Russian orthodox church, the freedom monument, and one of the largest markets in Europe - which sells EVERYTHING. I saw a kvas stand, so naturally had to get a few glasses from Blum and Brockton to try. Interesting, but not sure I ...
... in there but not enough to make you think that she'd drug you and cut your head off, before selling your passport in that very same market.
One evening I went for a walk around the Old Town with an English lad called Dane who I'd got talking to in the hostel (nice lad, similar political opinions to me but without the raving misanthropy). The Old Town's cobbled streets are lined with restaurants and fancy bars and none of them appeared to be ...
... pockets or sitting on the bench with their legs crossed - both of which are apparently forbidden. We've been in dozens of Orthodox churches in the past few weeks, but this is a novel experience.
Anyway, it is too late in the day to argue. We head off over to the hotel to get changed for dinner - we have a fish restaurant in mind that we noticed earlier, and since the prices here are comparatively a lot cheaper, we figure we would be mad not to give it a ...