TB Palace Hotel & Spa
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Minbar in room
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We left by bus and traveled to the country of Latvia. Crossing the border was a non-event. There was only one small sign and no border security. After a stop for lunch at the seaside town of Jurmala (at sort of a sports bar), we were driven to the Opera House in Riga. We were given a tour and then treated to a ...
... of the package, and whether or not we would ever see it again, my mom also brought a back-up care package in her huge suitcase. So if anybody feels a sudden craving for stroopwafels, oude kaas, koetjesrepen or Haagse hopjes - you know where to find me!
But all the hagelslag and zoete drop in the world cannot compare to the most important thing: Pluis is in town!!!
Markets, markets and markets
So what do you do when your mom ...
... grandma's best silverware and crystal glasses. The current owner had just bought the apartment, including furniture, cutlery and dusty pieces of soap in the bathroom, from the previous owner - who's probably deceased.
The second place we looked at actually had three bedrooms! All three of them were full of tools and paint buckets, as if somebody was busy doing up the place. In reality, the paint on the walls was chipping, the windows were drafty and ...
... of course) do all the work.
From Finland I jumped on another boat and found myself in Estonia, I didn't really know much about this country except that it has been in war almost forever and up until about 20 years ago was still occupied by Russians. I found myself a hostel and after a quick stroll around the old town (which is one of the nicest in Europe and still has walls around most of it), I returned to the hostel to find I had 4 Russian room mates ...
... we were just there. She even pointed to the high price (5 euro per kg) she made us pay the day before, this made us realise that communication was too much of a barrier to complain so we left with the place with the bandanna on the counter.
After that encounter we decided to have a drink, non-alcoholic that is. When we were looking at the menu we realised that the place did free delivery for dinner, this suited our lazy ...