Hotel Dzintara

Address: 15 Edinburgas prosp., Jurmala, LV-2015, Latvia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 15 Edinburgas prosp., Jurmala.
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Travel Blogs from Jurmala

Biking through the Old Town - pt IV

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jan 15, 2015

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... height: 12.6879997253418px;">Of course, I don't race into corners, and I do get of my bike when I approach a snowy hill.

But the truth is, that after a couple of snow weeks, I can now ride to work without having to get off my bike once. The local snow shovellers have been a marvellous ...

Amazing Adventures

A travel blog entry by eyre on Sep 12, 2014

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... the camp organizers kept us awake with some nice music and plenty of energizers (stupid little games meant to keep you active and awake). I'm always surprised how many different ideas can come from one single assignments, but we had it all - from mime to improvisation theatre and from comedy to epic drama.

On Sunday, we enjoyed another wonderful bowl of porridge with pear compote and then rejoined our little groups to talk about our feelings. Since not all team members ...

Riga In the Sun

A travel blog entry by alcatrav on Jun 03, 2014

... like a screaming face on our home. It was very striking, however and did make walking around Riga's streets feel like an exciting treasure hunt.

The walk lead us to the hidden St Gertrude's Church which was quite plain inside but with a large intricate wooden alter. Cory (our Canadian friend from Riga hostel) had recommended we visit the KGB museum and so we went on the hunt but found it too to be closed on a Tuesday. This was particularly odd as ...

Arts & Crafts

A travel blog entry by eyre on Mar 22, 2014

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... Latvian.

Whenever we deal with real breathing and moving human beings, though, we just have to ask them to bear with us, at least as long as our Latvian is limited to "es gribu tēju" (I want tea). Some grown ups are quite startled when we announce that we only speak English, but most young volunteers and kids actually seem quite OK with practising their English. On Mondays I teach an "EcoEnglish" class, and I feel really challenged ...

A diplomatic visit to Riga

A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 22, 2013

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... coffee house on every single street corner, so we spend some Lats on a pretty (expensive) fruit shake and watch the Latvians go about their business.

A lion and an orange bicycle

When we're thoroughly rested, we take a stroll around the tiny but cute town center of Riga. At some point I spot a lion that looks vaguely familiar, but before I can spell out the "je man..tien..drai", Nona has spotted a ...