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

Cowsheds and Communists

A travel blog entry by j.mackay

... capital, the countries banknotes have a picture of a cowshed on them.

Arriving in the early evening after frantically organising a last minute Ecolines journey from Kaunas, the city was buzzing with people - it was the annual St. Christopher's Festival and in the centre of Riga's large, old town square, a few hundred people were gathered under an enormous plastic tarpaulin, listening to a local band covering various English pop ...

Are we too young for this?

A travel blog entry by fearcuairt


... art nouveau district, featuring dozens (if not more) of beautifully restored facades, each uniquely adorned with mermaids, dragons, gargoyles, bearded gurus and twisted wrought iron railings. This hotel is one of those restored buildings, and apart from being very friendly and comfortable, it serves a substantial dinner free to it's guests, has fresh local fruits available all day, as well as tea and coffee, and serves homemade cakes in the afternoon. If you have ...

The Art Nouveau Capital of Europe

A travel blog entry by mish_brendan


Continuing with my quest to regain my fitness I started this morning with a run along the Daugava River. Even though I set out early the sun was already blazing meaning Riga was going to be in for another hot day. Despite making my run harder I was in fact happy about this as I planned to spend the afternoon at Majori Beach. Additionally I may as well make the most of consistently good weather before ...

The Beach

A travel blog entry by gouldy


"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 ...


A travel blog entry by taylor.cornwall


... dark outline of a 100-year prison. Over the years, it has served as a Soviet military detention center, a prison for Nazi war criminals, and as a last stopping point for numerous people sentenced to death. Now, 15 years after held its last prisoners, it serves its new purpose: as a hostel and museum. We walked into the court-yard and heard nothing but the steady drum of rainfall on our coats. A single, dull bulb burned in the upper floors, but other ...


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