Monika Centrum Hotel
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... thats the word I could make out) from the uni were being invited up on stage. As each one came up, the students from that faculty would cheer and holler for their professor. I would never imagine something like this happening back home. After all the the professors were on stage, the dean (I think) was brought out and then all the academics sung what I assume was the Latvian national anthem, with quite a few of the students joining in. Back home, I'm sure ...
... 6 usd and more up for international choices and seafood. Seafood e.g. in Lombok restaurant - 1kg assorted or single grilled king prawns, squid, mahi-mahi cost 35-40usd incl side dishes and is enough for 3 persons and tastes awesome! Beer - local most from 2.5-5 usd for Large bottle and 1.5-3.5usd for small.
Shopping - for sports wear recommend FOS outlet at Kuta, Bali. Huge complex, will need ...
... early at 8:15AM. Riga was founded more than 800 years ago and is the biggest city in any of the Baltic States (i.e., Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia) with a population of nearly 700,000 people. Latvia was overtaken by Russia during WWII and it remained under Russian control until 1991 when its independence was restored, and, as such, about 41% of the population of Riga is still Russian.
We boarded a bus at the dock that transported us to the Freedom Monument, where ...
Due to the "inclement" weather Granite opted for the HUD for the ILS RWY08 APP. It really is a great piece of kit. Keep the green dot inside the reticule and it will get you to the end of the runway.
After an uneventful approach and landing we deployed spoilers and brakes and headed for the parking area near the terminal.
Granite dispatched the pax for warming drinks before an early evening departure into Lithuania.
... granted entry, we were surprised to learn from the lady that opened the door that this was a dental surgery! She said that the medical centre was next door, so off we went again.
This time, we had difficulty making ourselves understood until we were directed to the cashier, who fortunately spoke some English. Apparently, this particular facility, whilst full of specialists, would not offer prescriptions for ‘infectious diseases’ so we were directed to ...