Monika Centrum Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... paid to Majori. I thought he might try to fine us, but luckily, he only needed us to pay an extra dollar. I made a similar mistake in Italy and they fined me about $50. We never did see the beautiful wooden houses or the nicer beach but at least we could laugh about it later.
That night, we went to the Rockabilly House for live Rockabilly. Deanne has been on a quest to see some and we finally found it. It was a ...
... about fifteen or twenty minutes. It being Saturday, there were tons of people out and about walking around. There are tons of Art Nouveau buildings everywhere, many of them original or expertly-done restorations. Of course, there are lots of churches. And Riga, unlike Vilnius, feels like it's on its way to being thoroughly Americanized -- the giant McDonald's, Burger King, TGI Fridays and Irish pubs all testified to that. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on your ...
We awoke early to head to the Tallinn bus station to catch our ride over into Latvia. It was an annoyingly long walk, made rougher by the fact that half of it was over cobblestone. Not your ideal suitcase-dragging surface. But we gave ourselves lots of time and made it with no issue. The bus itself was really quite nice. For only 14eur, we got relatively comfy seats, a coffee machine on the bus, and free WiFi. Also impressive was how on time ...
... be that easy. I started getting paranoid because it appeared I was going through visa checking, and thought maybe I missed that I needed a transit visa to go through Latvia. The woman in there looked at my passport, my boarding pass, and then,
'Kiev? No. What gate?’
‘It doesn’t say. The screen said A2’
‘No you have a D gate. Go down stairs and wait for the bus transfer.’ You’re joking right? Now I’m confused. It says ...
... 8217;s house museum,” I began to wander the tangled streets one by one until I realized that it seemed as though I was seeing the same streets and shops over and over again as they are so tangled that, I was indeed crossing the same path repeatedly, so I made the timely choice of boarding a small “train-like" tour tram that was a 1/2 hour tour through the inner sections of Riga, pointing out the main buildings, such as the oldest structures and historically ...