Park OK Hotel

Address: Maza Nometnu iela 43, Riga, 1002, Latvia | Hotel
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TripAdvisor Reviews Park OK Hotel Riga

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Travel Blogs from Riga

Lithuania to Latvia

A travel blog entry by pruzka on Jun 06, 2015

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... bridge that spans the huge waterway. This water freezes solid in the winter months, usually from November to May and people have a myriad of different uses for it. The temperature goes down to minus 40 often but maintains a steady minus 30. Unthinkable really. Past the port for the enormous cruise ships, an alternative art centre, a half dozen French patrol boats for NATO and we see the Old Town from a distance. To the left high modern towers ...

A Wonderful Life - Best Markets - #5 Riga

A travel blog entry by andrew_mac on Jan 15, 2015

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... They also had a mini-stage set up, and I caught a local show with women dressed as animals singing some song in Latvian...weird but cool.

To top it off, they had holiday pony rides....and the ponies were wearing Santa hats! Overall this market had a very different feel, and I liked how they added a local flare to it. There was even a guy selling saws for cutting down trees...George Bailey would rate this a 4 out of 5 for its uniqueness!


Motocross of Nations delivers again

A travel blog entry by jordanwright on Oct 29, 2014

... so decided to book somewhere in advance, hostelworld only offered up one option so I just went for it. The surprisingly good infrastructure of Riga soon dwindled outside the city and the MINIbus journey was rough, rattly and crowded. The driver wasn't afraid of a spot of overtaking or the rev limiter though, so we stayed on schedule. When I arrived, I showed the hostel address to a taxi driver who did no more than point to the other side of the road. Ideal, that's me for ...

Riga - Day 2 - Walking City Tour

A travel blog entry by blackie_me on Sep 04, 2014

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... it would be require nothing of me. It was inexpensive and even had an audio guide which I wasn't expecting. I had forgotten what my taxi ride from the airport on the cobble-stoned roads was like. The whole bumpy tram ride was on the Old Town cobble-stoned roads.

I finished my day with a delicious sandwich and green tea at Sweetday cafe.

Ar labu nakti

Small Town Riga

A travel blog entry by caylameinert on Apr 08, 2014

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After spending almost a week in the expensive cities of London and Stockholm, I was quite happy to end our trip in Riga, Latvia. The small town of Riga offered us a different cultural experience than anything we had had yet, along with really cheap and delicious food, beer, and chocolate.

Arriving in Riga late on Tuesday night and realizing we were right in the heart of the old town surrounded by cafes, restaurants, and pubs, we decided to stop in a loud ...