Medzabaki 2, Lilaste, 2163, Latvia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lilaste


A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 01, 2014

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... to drink beer with, sing "kumbayah", and roast marshmellows around a camp fire. Minus the beer, because "Brussels" does not approve of alcohol.

Gingerbread houses

"Brussels" invited me, 13 other EVS'ers and their mentors to the small town of Ķegums, where we spent five days in a holiday resort on the bank of the Ķeguma HES ūdenskrātuve (reservoir). Seven luxury bungalows and the enormous central house had been rented ...


A travel blog entry by vanivan on Jul 25, 2012

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Okay, so I kinda lied at the end of my last entry. I had a five hour layover in Rīga, Latvia between Tallinn and Tel Aviv, Israel, and decided to take the opportunity to blitz through the old town. With the city about 40 minutes away from the airport by bus though, time was tight.

I certainly didn't make it easy for myself by getting lost immediately after stepping off the bus. Turns out I had taken it too far - but ...


A travel blog entry by bruntwood on Jun 21, 2012

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... went to the Gauja river to see some high limestone cliffs( picturesque) and to Arasi where there was a range of historic sites including of greatest interest the Hill Of Hallows where all criminals were hung. The poor folk had to go to the local church for a service then to a nearby hill where they were hung. We are eating here at Karlimuzia Manor, Karli, tonight. After the yummy breakfast, which was 6 Euro  for both of us, we think dinner will be a ...

Riga Rocks: Europe's Best Kept Secret

A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 01, 2011

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... for the recommendation of this place as it served truly authentic Latvian cuisine. Barb ate black beans and bacon, Rich chose pelmini, and everyone else enjoyed roast pork with horseradish sauce and sauerkraut. Our dessert came in liquid form, Lativus Balzarus (black balsam)—a special blend of 25+ medicinal herbs. The beverage was used to cure Catherine the Great of a fever in the 1750s and is ...

The Beach

A travel blog entry by gouldy on Sep 19, 2010

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"Actually I don't want to produce anything" said Peter, “I want to consume only what I really need”. We were sprawled out in the back of the van on the road south to Latvia and it was a beautiful day. “What if you worked and kept the money?” I asked. “You could do something worthwhile with your environmental science degree and reduce consumption by not spending what you earn!” In fact somewhere in ...