Opera Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... I had a partner in crime on the Latvian cycling lanes.
Or actually an apprentice, because Anna was not really used to riding a bike, let alone around a town as poorly equipped for cyclists as Rīga is. You'll have to ask her about her own personal adventures. I'll only say that the first couple of trips together took about twice as long as they would have if I had been alone, and that she has greatly improved since ...
04 April 2013
I had to be up pretty early to catch my bus down to Riga (9am...) so Itried to sleep most of the five hour journey. Luckily the bus station was located nice and close to the old town so it didn't take too long to get to the hostel. Not long after I arrived a couple of Americans also arrived for the one night so I headed out with them to look around the town.
We ended up going to a nice little restaurant ...
... Town of Riga. Yes, it appeared that there was a common theme in the Baltics, all the cities have an Old Town. At the point where we entered the Old Town was the Freedom Monument, this monument was a memorial to soldiers killed during the Latvian War of Independence (1918-1920). At the top of the memorial is a women, a copper figure of Liberty, holding three stars, symbolizing the three constitutional districts of Latvia. During ...
... that she could use for olive oil. All that was missing was the pasta bowl! We made one final studio stop, to potters Valdis and Olga Paulini. They had just returned from an exhibition trip to Belgium, where some people asked if their work was made from plastic! Onward to Kraslava town, which is very quaint and clean. Afterwards,we bypassed Daugavpils, which is the 2nd largest city, after Riga and has a very ...
North from Vilnius we drove to Riga, the capital of Latvia, along the coast line. Stopped and went to the beach on the way, plenty of kite surfers, and people in jumpers and jeans trying to enjoy the cloudy windy coastline. Our stop was punctuated by my every worrying choices of service station snacks; this time it was crepes with jam pre-rolled and filled in a container, chilled,...i didn't finish the second one.
Arrived in Riga and it's quite different to Vilnius, ...