Pegasa Pils

Juras 60, Jurmala, LV-2015, Latvia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Juras 60, Jurmala.
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    Travel Blogs from Jurmala

    A Wardrobe full of History

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... in popularity over the past century, especially - of course - during the Soviet era. A pretty cool example of Soviet cultural suppression and alteration was a little piece of paper with a hammer and sickle drawn on it. It turned out to be a dance choreographer's notes. Traditionally, Latvian folk dance ensembles move around in intricate patterns that form pagan symbols for things like Summer, Luck or Mother. Apparently, in ...

    Riga's Old Town

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on May 31, 2014

    ... It was in very good condition with sharp and vibrant colours. Also on this square was the St Roland statue and the Latvia Riflemen's monument. This is a memorial to the men who served in the Russian Civil war in a Latvian regiment, who later returned to independent Latvia. On the other side of this square is the Rigas Domas which is the town hall. Onwards we visited St Peter's Lutheran church and then walked up to Livu square where we could see the small and ...

    Day 23 - Riga, Latvia

    A travel blog entry by emilyjms on Jul 25, 2013

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    Joe had spoken to his friend Elina who lived in Riga, so we had plans to meet her and her husband after work. In the meantime we walked into Riga to have a look at an area with beautiful Art Nouveau buildings. Walking towards the old town was beautiful. Lots of parks with rivers running through and boats on them. Unlike Tallinn the old town is more connected to the rest of the city and seemed full of ...

    My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

    ... you seem to keep moving for about 1/2 again as long as you were on the train so if I was on a train for 10 hours, for the next 5 hours, my body feels like it's still on the train. small price to pay for an enjoyable ride.

    Just a few more stories. Traveling in India with my hubby and a small group of tourists, our guide warned us that the train pulls into the station and stops for just a certain amount of time. We needed to be spread out ...

    Loving being back in the EU

    A travel blog entry by evanvanderploeg on Jul 24, 2012

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    ... which was a 15min walk away (not as close as we were hoping). We saw Foggy outside and he told us that they usually go to a place just around the corner so we thought we would give that a go. For the life of us we could not find it, we had a good look around where we had been told by Foggy to look before we gave up and headed to the shopping centre like the front desk told us.

    The place we had been told about was a dry cleaning place, no worries we had gotten laundry ...