Minhauzena Unda

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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Travel Blogs from Saulkrasti

Hitch Hiking Latvia

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 01, 2014

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... and son, and the son asked us in English where we were going. We asked to be dropped at the highway junction but he then said they were going to Riga so would we like to go with them. Yes! This was ideal. A jolly journey ensued, we enjoyed the views and they seemed to be having some good Latvian banter, we just hope not at our expense! They kindly dropped us at the train station and we crossed over to visit the central market. We bought some delicious ...

An Ecocritical Glance at Latvia

A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 27, 2014

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... a series of upcycling workshops at the 96th Vidusskola (in true Soviet practice, schools usually don't have names, but numbers), leaving Kate all alone in the huge apartment with dog Lotte.

We met up again at the homo ecos: office, where we welcomed a small but interested group of participants, one of which was a professor at the Faculty of Literature and Folklore! Given the difficulty of the topic and the diversity of the audience, I think Kate did a ...

Riga (By Ben)

A travel blog entry by ben-pam on Nov 29, 2012

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We arrived in Riga on the coach and made our way to the hostel without too much difficulty. We were only there for one night so didn't spend too much time at the hostel, just checked in, dumped the bags ...had a quick sleep... And headed out for some sightseeing.

Riga's Black Magic

A travel blog entry by davefremland on Aug 18, 2011

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... The Black Magic Café,” I liked the name without even knowing about the local custom of drinking a traditional brew of herbs, spices and spirits, believed to be, not only medicinal but also, greatly recreational with an alcohol content of about 40%. After hearing the legends associated with this product, I began to notice it in pubs and cafes all over Riga, during the remainder of my trip, (I even bought a final bottle at the train station before leaving town.)

If you like to gamble I'll tell you how to win

A travel blog entry by j.mackay on Jul 29, 2011

... about for a while - a trip to the Baltic Sea, whose coast we had been following but had not yet seen.

The logical choice of where to visit, and the place where most tourists venture, was Jurmala beach, just twenty minutes from the city centre by train. Not wishing to spend the day surrounded by rich Russian oligarchs and their yachts (and presumably droves of sock and sandal wearing English stag parties) we characteristically researched for ...

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