Viktorija Hotel

Address: A. Caka Street 55 , Riga, 1011, Latvia | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on A. Caka Street 55 , Riga, is near Central Market (Centraltirgus), Salaspils Memorial Ensemble, Swedish Gate (Zviedru Varti), and Bastion Hill (Bastejkalns).
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      A travel blog entry by sojanet on Dec 15, 2014

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      ... and spirits! They even sold trolleys for people buying cases of beer...! The beers were like 120kr ($20) for a 24 pack? I guess it's a good deal! So we decided to have fun doing some gambling tonight :p First, we got a lottery ticket each now that we had cash! Then we went to play BINGO! I was feeling really hopeful and lucky! I almost bought two cards but decided to just go with one. They were 4 euros (40kr, $5.50) each, so not bad! There were about 50 people there ...

      Sleepless in Tartu

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Aug 30, 2014

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      ... located and, like Tallinn, consists of twisting, narrow medieval streets, sprinkled with open squares. Maybe it was the lack of sleep, or all the tourists, but I couldn’t help but draw comparisons to Tallinn and found Riga somewhat lacking. It is beautiful, with lots of neo-Classical and baroque architecture lining the streets, but it did seem to lacking something that I found very appealing in Tallinn but that I can’t quite put my finger on.

      When ...


      A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jun 28, 2013

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      ... curtain but only because Nazi Germany took it over during the start of World War II in 1941. Then finally in 1944 in the aftermath of the war when Nazi Germany retreated ,Latvia had about a week of peace before the USSR Soviet Union marched right back in to take it over again. Talk about jumping from the frypan to the fire and then back into the frypan. During all of these occupations hundreds of thousands of Latvians were murdered, jailed, which incidentally almost ...

      My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

      ... and new track numbers was always a wonderful music as you could stand in a train station and watch the boards change. Sadly that is now gone except for a few tiny towns in Europe that are hard to find and I wouldn't usually be there anyway. And I did always love looking out the windows of trains and watching the countryside and towns, villages and cities glide by the window. Well, that only happens about once or twice a year when they have ...

      The Pearl of the Baltic

      A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Aug 19, 2012

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      ... and unusual (at least as far as day-to-day life goes) events. For example, at one point, we ran directly into a parade where people were dressed in medieval garb.

      We continued walking through Old Town, stopping to pause at important places where our guide would tell us stories. We first saw the “black cat” of Riga. At one point in history, only educated and wealthy mean were accepted to the guild. As the story goes, a wealthy man that the guild did not want ...