Hotel Skanste

Address: Skanstes Iela 9, Riga, LV-1013, Latvia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Skanstes Iela 9, Riga, is near Town Hall Square, Cat House, Latvian War Museum (Latvijas Kara muzejs), and Salaspils Memorial Ensemble.
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      Riga Latvia

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... are cobblestone and you can get wonderfully lost and soak up the atmosphere here. We went to a popular buffet style place that locals and tourists alike go to. We paid for our a la carte items and then sat in the back, where we noticed later that all the locals went to first. it seems the "Bizniz Launch" is back there. For 1/4 of what we paid, you can get a hearty set meal with a juice drink for 2.80. Note to self! Ask for ...

      Riga

      A travel blog entry by rachenry on Aug 03, 2014

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      ... I found it very interesting, a bit reminiscent of the old War Museum in Ottawa, but Cathy lost interest and patience with the fact that it was actually not air-conditioned so it was hotter inside than outside, and left to do some window shopping while I finished my visit.

      We set out to find the ‘House of Cats’, which featured a number of statues of cats and had a ‘story’ that the ship’s guide told us ...

      Riga, land of Roosters (and Snails?)

      A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 08, 2014

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      ... between two rivers, the Daugava and the Ridzine, the latter of which is where the name Riga originates. During the 13th century is when many of the churches started being built in the town, and also the first references to what is the current Latvian flag come from this time period. Following several hundred years of Germanic rule, Latvia then fell to Poland-Lithuania, then later to Sweden for nearly a century, then finally to Peter the Great of Russia in ...

      One Step Closer

      A travel blog entry by funkymonk on Sep 06, 2013

      ... I consider it a good deal if I was a market trader and someone offered me a whole batch of them to sell.

      We were warned not to take pictures as some of the gear is stolen and the people selling it won't like either them or 'their' goods being photographed. But I think the image of the place will stay stored in my head for a long time. There were people selling tools - hand and power, I saw old lighters and coins, plus one stall with what looked ...

      Into Latvia

      A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Jul 08, 2013

      26 photos

      ... there are rowing boats for hire, so we sat and watched the young men trying to impress their languid girlfriends with their rowing prowess. We also climbed some ramparts from which we watched, somewhat surprised, as a young man wearing a horse's head mask climbed onto a small bronze statue of a foal and was photographed by his horse-head wearing friend. Riga does seem a little odd and edgy. Lots of live music everywhere, (buskers and bands) which is rather nice.
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