Hotel Wolmar

Address: Terbatas 16a, Valmiera, LV-4201, Latvia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel is located on Terbatas 16a, Valmiera.
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      Uzmanību! Maisbergs!

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Dec 10, 2014

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      ... br>
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      Also, I'm still in charge of the English website and ...

      Here be Dragons

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Sep 25, 2014

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      ... warned Anna and me that these trainings are usually one big complain-fest. Volunteers are feeling home-sick, unhappy with their project, or aren't making any friends - and finally have the chance to spill their guts. Since I love a good melodrama, I had packed a box of tissues and I was completely ready to go!

      New friendships

      (Un)fortunately, our group had nothing much to complain about. Granted, several people we know have left their ...

      Of Lanterns and Lake Fortresses

      A travel blog entry by timthelibrarian on Sep 03, 2014

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      ... rather than wait around. I was in luck, as there was a bus scheduled for 9:15, so I only had a 15 minute wait. Half an hour later, the bus arrived. Forty minutes later, I was in Cesis.

      Cesis is a smallish town in the eastern part of Gauja National Park. It has been inhabited since the stone age, and archaeological excavations on the old hillfort in the town have revealed a 5m deep occupation layer. When the German crusaders arrived in the 12th century, ...

      And a Laba Daba to you too!

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Aug 03, 2014

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      ... a lot of cool instruments) and Theodor ******* (very vague new agey Russian lounge band on LSD).

      +- It was nice that the organizers thought that five music stages spread across the terrain would be enough. You could actually enjoy one kind of music at a time! Still, they could have turned the speakers down a little tiny wee bit..

      -- I wasn't too impressed with the after-party programme, and there were only two or three late night stages to choose from, so ...

      Ligo! Ligo!

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Jun 21, 2014

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      ... walked around the fire in two big circles, while chanting/singing traditional Līgo songs. Good thing about these songs is that the refrain is always "līgo! līgo!", and that the verses in between are usually sung once by the die-hards who know the lyrics and then repeated by the chorus. When in doubt, just sing about ozoliņš (little oak tree), menestiņš (little moon), saulīte (little sun), jāņi ...