Rockin' Papas

Address: Bulduru prospekts 30, Jurmala, LV 2010, Latvia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bulduru prospekts 30, Jurmala.
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    A travel blog entry by pruzka on Jun 07, 2015

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    ... freezing cold down there but we were treated to some really basic dumplings in the canteen ( they could have been the cause of Prue's illness ??)and some wonderful original Soviet posters urging us to keep secrets and be good citizens. All the original radio equipment was there, along with clothing and gas masks which we had to try on..yuk! Pleased to be out of there and heading home to Utkas we wouldn't have missed it - something quite unique. Anna had another great dinner ...

    5 Things the Dutch Can Learn from Latvians

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Oct 19, 2014

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    ... herbs, collect berries or gather mushrooms.

    Of course, Latvia is 50% forest, whereas Holland is 50% asphalt. Again, when friends ask me to describe 'Dutch nature', all I can do is smirk sarcastically and ask: "you mean the canals, the polders, or the one hectare of lined-up trees that we call the Maaslandse Bos?" Still, my parents used to grow more plums, berries and walnuts in their garden than they knew what to do with, so it is possible, even in ...

    A Wardrobe full of History

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Jul 30, 2014

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    ... in popularity over the past century, especially - of course - during the Soviet era. A pretty cool example of Soviet cultural suppression and alteration was a little piece of paper with a hammer and sickle drawn on it. It turned out to be a dance choreographer's notes. Traditionally, Latvian folk dance ensembles move around in intricate patterns that form pagan symbols for things like Summer, Luck or Mother. Apparently, in ...

    Riga's Old Town

    A travel blog entry by alcatrav on May 31, 2014

    ... a ticket for tomorrow night's organ recital as the organ at Dome Cathedral is revered throughout Europe. After the concert we will be able to have a wander round the church. Behind the Cathedral is the History Museum of Latvia and Navigation. This was also very interesting and covered everything from clothing to propaganda posters. The navigation section had many model boats which we particularly enjoyed. Our final museum of the day was the Latvian Occupation ...

    Arts & Crafts

    A travel blog entry by eyre on Mar 22, 2014

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    So... by now you guys must be wondering what it is I am actually doing here!

    I work for Biedrība "homo ecos:" (Society "ecological man", don't ask what the ":" is for..). homo ecos: is an environmental NGO that tries to create a greener Latvia by encouraging people to adopt a more sustainable lifestyle. Since it's too much to ask people to abandon their cars, iPhones and washing machines altogether, they focus on one key issue every year. ...