Hotel Jurmala Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... height: 12.6879997253418px;">Snow-driven-into-s lush-and-then-water-by-cars is a great help. I just wish that cars would take the Road Less Travelled once in a while, to broaden the path.
Another favourite are the enormous amount of melting water and slush, that the Soviet sewage ...
... br> Skills!
Next up: putting up a flag pole, raising your team flag and singing your team anthem - without stepping into the circle where the flag was to be raised. Luckily, we had a scout, a mechanical engineer, and two artists in our team, so that was a piece of cake!
We then found ourselves in a 'nuclear reactor' - a contraption hanging from ropes in the trees that one person could lie down own. The others had to pull this blindfolded(!) person around, helping ...
... guard almost didn't let us out – he told us in sign language that it was bed time! We told him back, in no uncertain terms, that we wanted to eat first! He let us out. It is actually good that there's 24 hour security at the site, as it does make you feel more secure in a big city.
Wandered around the old town again for a while, before finding another traditional Latvian restaurant. Enjoyed our meal, and then headed back home to ...
... was peeling. The 'stove' looked like a somebody had just cut the end off a gas pipe: happy cooking!
The third place was wonderful! A modern kitchen, a great bathroom with separate toilet, space for our bikes, two good-sized bedrooms. Unfortunately, the owner wasn't ready to do honest business, he preferred a (cheaper) black-market deal without contracts... pretty impossible if Brussels is supposed to be paying for your accommodation. Bummer!
... Excellent, and good value, but not very light. So after lunch we returned to the park and dozed in the shade for half an hour or so. We couldn't help noticing that the bureaux de change are ready for Scottish independence, as the Scottish pound, or 'mark' as they call it, is readily acceptable. It was still very sticky and we decided to walk back across the bridge back to the camping. At the other side was a 'hypermarket', actually just a ...