Minhauzena Unda

Address: Ainazu Strasse 74, Saulkrasti, 2160, Latvia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Ainazu Strasse 74, Saulkrasti.
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    Onto Sigulda, in the Gauga River Valley

    A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 04, 2014

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    It is a long walk to the better showers and WC from the tent site at the Riga City camping ground but then it was worth it. I found the Holy Grail of toilets! It was a disabled toilet but it had its own power point! You can read your downloaded book while charging your phone at the same time (i.e. no time constraints)!

    By the time I got out Carol was nowhere to be found so after searching for a while I sat and read my book some more. She ...

    Hitch Hiking Latvia

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 01, 2014

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    ... and then enjoyed these as we walked through the halls (former airship hangars) which were lined with all sorts of fruit, veg, meat and fish. Outside the market continued with clothes and shoes. Beyond this is the Science Academy of Riga, also known as Stalin's birthday cake, as it resembles a Soviet style Empire State Building. It even has subtle hammers and sickles. There is a memorial to the citizens of Latvians who hid Jews during World War Two. It is a ...

    An Ecocritical Glance at Latvia

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 27, 2014

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    ... three types of small pancakes (poppy seed, whole grain and chocolate), home-made humus, jams, sour and whipped cream, various salads, some sort of condensed-milk-caramel-mash, fruit, ...

    After this massive brunch, we headed to Central Tirgus to buy some cleansing birch juice. And we made the discovery of the century: an authentic DUTCH CHEESE shop that sells spiced goat's cheese, old cheese, gatenkaas, and even Old Rotterdam!

    We then went for a ...


    A travel blog entry by frawldog on Jun 11, 2012

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    ... here in Riga. It somewhat symbolizes the independence which was granted in 1991 I believe, but the soviet troops did not leave for several years after that.

    In the past, I have always been stressed and try to see as much as possible during daylight when I travel. This is no issue in these countries as daylight is still 19 hours, so if it gets late, I still have plenty of time to see a lot! It is great!

    Riga Rocks: Europe's Best Kept Secret

    A travel blog entry by tfsnews on Aug 01, 2011

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    ... Riga. The town is marked by sidewalk cafes, well-tended flowers, shops, cyclists, plazas… the kind of place that others try to recreate in theme parks but can’t come close.

    Sergie took into areas of Riga to show us the architectural style of “art nouveau.” A pioneering architect of this style was a German named Michael Eizenstein. A study of architecture in Riga is a ...

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