Semarah Hotel Lielupe

Bulduru prospekts 64 / 68, Jurmala, 2010, Latvia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Bulduru prospekts 64 / 68, Jurmala.
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    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 02, 2014

    ... castle ruins there were all but covered in grass however they beat those at old Kuldiga castle! From here we walked the Sepentine road to Gutmanala cave, named after the "good man" who used to love there and people would visit him to be healed. Here we also read about the tale of the Rose of Turaida, a tragic tale about a local beauty. By the cave we stopped for our delicious picnic lunch and watched a school trip fish slime out of the healing spring in ...

    Mana māja - part II

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 14, 2014

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    ... was peeling. The 'stove' looked like a somebody had just cut the end off a gas pipe: happy cooking!

    The third place was wonderful! A modern kitchen, a great bathroom with separate toilet, space for our bikes, two good-sized bedrooms. Unfortunately, the owner wasn't ready to do honest business, he preferred a (cheaper) black-market deal without contracts... pretty impossible if Brussels is supposed to be paying for your accommodation. Bummer!


    Out in Ogre

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Mar 15, 2014

    16 photos

    ... morning, we woke up to a world that had turned white overnight. So we decided to take a refreshing walk through the wintery forest, and shoot some wildlife (with my Canon). Sadly, we found only cats and a couple of loud chained dogs.

    Real Italian pasta!

    On our way home, we foraged for lunch at the local hypermarche, where Alvize promised that he really didn't care what we two weird foreigners would chuck into the pasta, as long as we didn't call ...

    Weekend at Jelgava

    A travel blog entry by markandbrenda on Jul 07, 2012

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    ... rolled upside down.
    Had to paddle it back to shore to check if any water had gotten in. It was OK and started up easy. Brenda even had a ride and surprised the young'uns. We did this till it got late and started to rain. Back at Arvis' house the beer was put away and out came the Vodka. I don't know what the secret is but they managed to drink 5 large bottles of Russian Standard and most were quite lucid.
    Smaller shot glasses and snacks to eat helps I think. ...

    Riga - party town of the Baltics

    A travel blog entry by waynedale on Jun 23, 2011

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    ... a business class seat and after already researching this option online earlier, I took it.  A business class seat on a bus is not what it seems. Sure, it sounds like there would be extra leg room and perhaps a meal served, but remember, this is not a plane. Even though the ticket was relatively cheap compared to other countries, I wouldn't recommend this type of ticket at all. After boarding the bus, I noticed the seats at the front of the bus which were, well, like seats in ...