Sunset Hotel

Address: Pilsonu iela 7/9, Jurmala, 2015, Latvia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Pilsonu iela 7/9, Jurmala.
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    Travel Blogs from Jurmala

    A Day in Riga

    A travel blog entry by nirnimesh.dube on May 19, 2015

    29 photos

    ... independence in 1991 and in 2004 it joined the European Union. Post independence Latvian Government started their restoration work and within 25 years, the city has become one of the most important cities in the Eastern Europe. The Freedom Monument although was built in 1935 honouring all the soldiers who were killed in the Latvian War of Independence 1918 to 1920 but it definitely holds more meaning to a Latvian who got their independence after lot of struggle. Having packed ...

    5 Things the Dutch Can Learn from Latvians

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Oct 19, 2014

    7 photos

    ... just stand there waiting until they would finally walk through it, until I would realise that they were waiting for me to go first! And more than once I've had to physically defend my bag from chivalrous Men. "I brought this bag because I want to have my camera ON me! And I'm perfectly capable of carrying 2 kilos, otherwise I just should have brought less stuff with me!"

    But recently, I've noticed that I've started to get used to a certain amount of chivalry. ...

    A Wardrobe full of History

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 30, 2014

    11 photos

    ... collections she had been talking about earlier. Especially impressive were the little notebooks filled by (political) prisoners during the fifties and sixties. Apparently, some very talented people were locked up, who were allowed the use of pen and paper for a couple of hours per day, which they used to write letters to their loved ones, keep a journey, write poetry, or sketch pornographic images of their girlfriends!


    Walking tour of Riga

    A travel blog entry by ericjon97 on May 19, 2014

    7 photos

    ... and it really was one of the best burgers I’ve had in a while. We walked through the old town (slowly) to try and let our gigantic dinners digest a bit before coming back to the hostel. We’re both getting the bus to Vilnius, Lithuania at 8:30am, so we’ve gotten our stuff all packed up and we’re ready to go. Riga has been really nice, but it’s quite small, so I’m ready to move ...

    Arts & Crafts

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Mar 22, 2014

    22 photos

    ... boxes.

    Though we had some linguistic back up from a couple of extremely nice local volunteers, we basically had to use our hands and feet and scissors to show the kids what to do. Which is fine; just stuff a Tetrapak and some ribbons into a kid's hands and they'll start cutting happily away. To my surprise, the first two little girls I worked with, actually turned out to speak "some" English: "please, miss, which side do I cut next?" ..... ...