Viktorija 91

Meza prospekts 20, Jurmala, Latvia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Jurmala

Onto Riga

A travel blog entry by carallan on Jul 03, 2014

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Luckily the kids slept in, so got up and did all the usual, and headed off for Riga, via Sabine and Jurmala, the sea side resort town where rich Russian tycoons supposedly hang out. We stopped at Sabine, a small town not too far from Kuldiga, and climbed the hill behind the old Lutheran church for a lookout over the town and valley. We'd also read that there was an open air art museum in the town, but whilst looking for it, we came across a ...

What's my Name (Day)?

A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 30, 2014

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... 30 April - is Liana/Liliana/Lilija/Linda Day.

The biggest evil a fresh new parent can thus impart upon their child, is to give their baby a fancy hip name that is not on the Latvian Name Day Calendar. It's like denying your child Christmas. Another big no-no is to give your child a name that will put their Name Day too close to their birthday - you want to spread the parties and gifts evenly around the year, you see! I have even heard of somebody named Ieva that ...

My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

... my luggage searched on a train and I hope I have just not now jinxed myself. Not so with airports. Airport personnel must have a different viewpoint of who could be a smuggler and nasty person and apparently I fit for them.

But I digress. Here are some of my experiences with train travel - the ones where I should have known better, got into a mess through no fault of my own or through a lot of fault of my own, or was just plain stupid. ...


A travel blog entry by ludtjes on Sep 07, 2012

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... many art nouveau houses and we spent a morning strolling the streets observing them from the outside and inside. Latter in the museum, where the interiors were done as in the beginning of the 20th century. The art nouveau ring embraces the old medieval town, founded by the German knights, from which many buildings were restored and ready for Riga becoming the cultural capital in 2014.

Our best memories of the city though are of the ...


A travel blog entry by vanivan on Jul 25, 2012

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... and the old town's buildings are eclectic. I felt as though I was seeing an amalgamation of all the European countries I've seen so far. I'll leave it to the pictures to describe.

I closed off by rushing through the Museum of Occupations, covering Latvia's history from its first independence, through the Soviet and Nazi German occupations, and into its second independence. The German occupation particularly hit ...