Opera Hotel & Spa
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... places to live in Latvia, with some house prices on par with major European cities. The neighbourhood had a strange American feel to it. Many of the buildings, even on the main street, made out of wood.
We then caught the train back to Riga and began to cook at the hostel. Little did I know this would be one of the best meals I've made since I left home. Handcut potato wedges served with fried chicken nuggets (Yes, the discount one's we picked up for ...
... in Riga where we are based for three nights. The A3 became the A4 and finally the A2 by 1730. Rush hour traffic was not bad. Simona was providing an overview of the city. She knows her stuff but how much is sinking in due to the wealth of data provided is another matter. Riga is the European capital of culture this year.
Time to refresh before dinner, 1830 becoming 1840 departure with grumbling Americans complaining 35M was too short. 35H would be too short ...
... drivers really take cyclists into account, and are constantly parked, standing, driving or walking in your way.
Cobblestones and potholes
I've already told you about Pothole Road, which I have to take every day to get to my office. That little road is an extreme example, but in general the roads in Riga are in a pitiable state. Many smaller roads in residential areas are not even paved, and repairs on other roads are a couple of ...
... expensive then in Noway! Camping was even more expensive and it was in a car park! Joe could not believe it! Price aside, I really loved Tallinn. I think it has impressed me more then any other city we've been to. After wandering for a few hours we hit the road headed for Latvia. As soon as you crossed the boarder the road quality went way down and the driving was a little more crazy but we made it into Riga and to our campsite easily enough. ...
... dark and Russian, but it was really beautiful at the same time. I had never seen this style of buildings. While we were walking around it started to pour on us. We rain to get under cover, and then put on our hoodies and suffered through the downpour. We went through a Latvian market, where we found out that bras are the thing to buy at the local market. We also went into a huge building right next to the market where they ...