Hotel Jurmala Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... you will be right in guessing the plants. Lilacs are everywhere and a few rhododendrons and tulips. Trees are slow to grow here, pines taking 50 years to come to maturity and silver birch 30-40 and yet there are thousands of trees everywhere. beautiful oaks, aspen, alders line the roads big and small and driving around the back of Iggys farm we are driving in one of the prettiest places I have ever visited. But what we also see are abandoned and falling down houses and ...
... visiting artists commented on "Riga's wonderful biking infrastructure". They were staying in a hotel on Skolas iela - literally the ONLY street in Riga's centre with an actual (bright-red) bike lane.
I already told you about the little note-war we fought with our building's cleaning lady over our bike's parking spaces ("Not park car in front of door!"). Anna and I ...
... to go back to the hotel to rest. It was interesting seeing the Art Nouveau and wooden buildings that are in the newer parts of town (from 1600 on!!!), but the traffic was horrendous! Choosing where to go to get food is always a hassle as there is too many choices. It didn't help that Sarina wasn't hungry, so we went and shared a pizza! We caught another tour bus as by now it was raining and ...
... melody and in rhythm - but they are made interesting by lovely close harmonies and extremely powerful solos.
This style is usually reserved for old generations, but at the postfolklore festival I also saw a group of teenage girls performing a 'shouting song'. Imagine: a group of 8 timid 14-year-olds, filling a huge auditorium - no microphones, just their booming voices!
Of course, any performance ends with some ...
... grandma's best silverware and crystal glasses. The current owner had just bought the apartment, including furniture, cutlery and dusty pieces of soap in the bathroom, from the previous owner - who's probably deceased.
The second place we looked at actually had three bedrooms! All three of them were full of tools and paint buckets, as if somebody was busy doing up the place. In reality, the paint on the walls was chipping, the windows were drafty and ...