Radisson Blu Elizabete Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Riga
... the kitchen with such a needy look on her face, that we finally decided that we would take her for a walk ourselves.
"A walk"... right. Walking Lotte goes as follows: she anxiously ogles the elevator, but then quickly agrees to hobble down the stairs. Two meters outside the front door the pees on a bit of dirt, and then refuses to move any further, until you agree to take her back upstairs (by elevator, preferably). One time, I even got out of bed at ...
... and we looked across the river. The city of Riga was in darkness and the lights were beginning to turn on. What a wonderful spectacle. It's her favourite spot in the city. We are quiet while appreciating the picture infront of us. I think back to Hong Kong, about a year ago and a similar but more modern view from South Island. I ask about what she remembers from the USSR? She remembers little but talks about memories ...
... of parks, churches, amazing architecture, and outdoor cafes.
After arriving in Riga I found out that their mid summer festival was soon approaching, and it is celebrated on the 23rd of June. The festival is held every year to celebrate the summer solstice and it is celebrated all throughout Europe. After talking to some locals I found out that most people leave the main cities and head out to their summer houses in ...
We are in store for another warm day as we leave Vilnius for Latvia and Riga. We expect to get there by 230pm so it won't be too long in the bus. As we leave Vilnius we finally see some traffic and people. This was a long weekend in Lithuania and everyone seemed to be out of the city. It made it easy to look around but it was eerie.
During the journey our tour guide went through some housekeeping ...
... to the ground with 50 people inside. Today a beautiful memorial, which used the rubble of the old synagogue in its structure, marks the place where the building used to stand.
Alongside this memorial is a newer memorial created to honour the several hundred Latvians who risked their lives to save Jews. Elena explained the symbolism of the structure - the collapsing wall of European Jewry being supported by ...