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Merkela 8, Riga, 1011, Latvia | 3 star inn
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    Travel Blogs from Riga

    Driving around the Old Town

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Aug 18, 2014

    ... at any random forest path). Oh, and mind the cars taking a U-turn in the middle of the highway!

    Of course, the highway was completely deserted on Sunday morning. The same goes for downtown Rīga - unlike those big European 24/7 metropolitans, Rīga can actually look like an utterly deserted ghost town at times.

    Latvian intersections

    So in fact, this experience didn't really prepare me at all for driving in ...

    LATVIA FINAL THOUGHT

    A travel blog entry by sheppa80 on Jun 29, 2013

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    ... stayed the f**k away and let your little area grow and thrive on its own.


    COUNTRY RATINGS

    No. COUNTRY DAYS
    1 THAILAND 40 DAYS
    2 CAMBODIA 20 DAYS
    3 OMAN 05 DAYS
    4 SWEDEN 04 DAYS
    5 MALAYSIA ...

    Saunas, skiing, ships and shots on the Baltic Sea

    A travel blog entry by reece_k on Mar 05, 2013

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    ... bar, what happened after that is anyone's guess.
    All the Baltic country have quit a few Russian residents still and they all have a market, this is where you are told to go if you get something stolen while in town so you can buy it back. Its also a very interesting place to go just for a look, you can get all kinds of things like old soviet war medals and even dead peoples passports.
    After a few nights in Tallin I headed South to Latvia and that will be part 2.
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    The Pearl of the Baltic

    A travel blog entry by cjgs1430 on Aug 19, 2012

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    ... luck (although the locals believe that a fourth rub increases the likelihood of great luck considerably).

    (You can read the musicians’ story by following the link: http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/grimm027.html .)

    We reached the square that housed the House of Blackheads, where young German merchants would live. It was called the “House of Blackheads” because its patron saint is Maurice (who was from Africa). Figure it out… The tour ...

    Famous for Art Nouveau it seems...

    A travel blog entry by tiggerbird on Jun 20, 2012

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    ... the water ran away into the river. It's apparently the largest market in Europe, and to be honest it is actually pretty big and divided up into sections for the different products. A great place to grab snacks etc for a picnic :). I was also quite taken with the adjoining buildings (Spikeri creative quarter) which were previously used for storage and some of which, have more recently, been converted into galleries, restaurants and the like along the river ...