Hotel Jurmala Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the EVS'ers and interns), so we extended the invitation to our most loyal volunteers. After some organisational hassle (remind me never to 'volunteer' to be team leader again), I found myself in the forest with Sophie (our English intern for the month), Laura, Sergejs (both volunteers), Lelde and Santa.
Confusion in a Dark Place
Upon our (granted, pretty tardy) arrival, we found that the cabins were assigned according to a first-come-first-served principle, and ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... in their wee hut, this theft might have been prevented. That having been said, many of the Germans leave their bikes totally unlocked. Our bikes were sufficiently secure to gain his approval, although whether I should be reassured by this is open to question. The preparations for the traditional Latvian midsummer festival continue. In the true Scottish tradition, may I be the first to say that here in Riga the nights are fair drawing in. Mileage 3723 ...
... you seem to keep moving for about 1/2 again as long as you were on the train so if I was on a train for 10 hours, for the next 5 hours, my body feels like it's still on the train. small price to pay for an enjoyable ride.
Just a few more stories. Traveling in India with my hubby and a small group of tourists, our guide warned us that the train pulls into the station and stops for just a certain amount of time. We needed to be spread out ...