Hotel TIA

Address: K.Valdemara Str. 63, Riga, 1010, Latvia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on K.Valdemara Str. 63, Riga, is near Town Hall Square, Cat House, Latvian War Museum (Latvijas Kara muzejs), and Bastion Hill (Bastejkalns).
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      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Riga Latvia

      A travel blog entry by hippler on Sep 24, 2014

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      ... br>
      Later, we went to a popular restaurant/pub called FolksKlub Ala Pagrabs. It's one of the few traditional Latvian places that has live music, folk dancing, and entertainment. And the beer selection is huge and the price is right.

      I ordered a rabbit leg with muchroom sauce. Deanne was in heaven because they had a special mushroom menu available, although some things had sold out. We got another mushroom ...


      A travel blog entry by rachenry on Aug 03, 2014

      16 photos

      ... find out about. We did eventually find the house, but could not track down any indication of a ‘story’. This will have to become the topic for one of my post-cruise "What was it we saw?" google sessions. (I have since discovered that the story is that the two cat sculptures (seen in the photo below) were placed, by the disgruntled owner of the building, with their bums facing the Great Guildhall as an expression of his ...

      Riga, land of Roosters (and Snails?)

      A travel blog entry by pandasphere on May 08, 2014

      16 photos

      ... where it remained Russian for over 200 years. Post-WWI, Latvia declared its independence and, after fighting a short war against both otherwise-occupied Russia and Germany, became a Republic. In the 1930s, it apparently then became a dictatorship, before being occupied by the Soviet Union in 1939, then the Nazis in 1941, then the Soviets again in 1944 through 1990, whereupon Latvia again became an independent nation in 1991 where it remains to this day.

      Walking in Riga

      A travel blog entry by katevoss on Sep 19, 2012

      19 photos

      ... sleeping a little and doing some blogging, I arrived in Riga at about 5.30pm. The hostel was a short 10min walk from the bus station which was good, so I got there easily and checked in. In my room were two other lone aussie travelling girls, Isabel and Alex, both from Melbourne, both doing longish trips. So as we were all female aussies travelling alone in europe we had alot ...

      Riga's Black Magic

      A travel blog entry by davefremland on Aug 18, 2011

      104 photos

      ... we stopped into the "Museum of Pharmacy", only because I was curious about the markings on a nearby building and have a family background in medicine. It wasn't to be on the tour, but I became obsessed by the markings and had to know the origin of the building. The museum was closed to the public for the day but, again we sort of snuck in stealthfully, took some photos and, noticing a commemorative stamp in the display case, we convinced one of the pharmacists, who ...