Address: Medzabaki 2, Lilaste, 2163, Latvia | Hotel
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      Riga In the Sun

      A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 03, 2014

      ... rest of Latvia museums are all closed on Mondays but open the rest of the week. Thankfully the Peoples' Front Museum was open and this provided some interesting reading along with many pictures and some video and audio footage. Particularly interesting was the section on The Baltic Way which we are in some ways following! After this we went to the National Art Museum to see some examples of tapestry, furniture and clothing. The church next door was lovely; ...

      Mana māja - part II

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 14, 2014

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      ... for sitting on and watching the sunset. Anna's room is a little bit smaller, but has some more colour, a map of Europe on the wall and a micro-balcony for her vegetable garden. Māris and Inese's bedroom is so large that they never even bother to use any of the living rooms.

      I would almost forget storage rooms #1 and #2, which you could rent out for 500 euros per month in Amsterdam. Then we have toilet #2 and bathroom #2, with a normal shower and ...

      Out in Ogre

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Mar 15, 2014

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      ... more flowers, gifts, diplomas and more flowers. I think they sold out half the Greenery for this one recital. I knew Latvians liked flowers, but this..!

      Bermuds and the Blizzard

      After dinner, during which we were joined by Renāte, Valentina's mentor, we decided to hit the town. Now, for a town with only 26,573 inhabitants, Ogre does have a pretty cool club: Hauze. A big shiny bar, a pool table, some cool bouncers, at least 5 video screens ...

      Nothing good happens after 2am take 2...

      A travel blog entry by htfree on Jul 29, 2012

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      ... same. I tried to explain the UK to him and am positive he left the conversation none the wiser. We then discussed the 20,000 he has in the bank before he complained about how expensive bananas are in Latvia cvompared to south america. An ineresting guy whose pronounciation of voucher 'boucher' will be me chuckle for a long time to come.

      We had another lovely night out and arrived home at about half 5 ready for our check out and coach the next day to Vilnius. ...

      Cowsheds and Communists

      A travel blog entry by j.mackay on Jul 28, 2011

      ... goateed, flamenco accompanist. Seeing the chemistry between them was moving - the impression was that the act was largely improvised (hence the main man's nerves perhaps). They had no sheets of paper and relied entirely on eye contact and body language to negotiate entries. A solitary old couple waltzed with large smiles, unphased by and seemingly unaware of their considerable audience.

      The concert had given us such an attractive taste ...