Hotel Jurmala Spa

Address: Jomas ilea 47/49, Jurmala, LV-2015, Latvia | 4 star spa
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This 4 star spa is located on Jomas ilea 47/49, Jurmala.
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      A travel blog entry by eyre on Sep 14, 2014

      13 photos

      ... at from within, and need to be discarded after all.

      Still, when I got home, I found that I had collected 10 different types of mushrooms; enough for two lovely dinners: creamy mushroom soup, and wild mushroom pasta with cream from direct buying, self-picked thyme and home-grown parsley.

      Labu apetiti!

      --- Update 7 October ---

      I went on another sēnošana this weekend with Anne, Marianne and ...

      Is Not Potato Man

      A travel blog entry by sverregunnersen on Jul 14, 2014

      5 comments, 12 photos

      ... bread basket had butter (which is amazing, Europe's not big on butter), and the 150g fillet with a sauce and a side and two drinks cost 17 Euro. Back at the hostel, the three boys - the Russian, the American and one other are trying their hardest to impress the two German girls. Each one of them is telling increasingly unbelievable stories about things they've done or eaten or drank or whatever. It's pretty amusing. The Baltic countries are nice and all, but I must say ...

      What's my Name (Day)?

      A travel blog entry by eyre on Apr 30, 2014

      5 photos

      ... adopt a Latvian each, and to give them a new name.

      Name Boggle

      My biggest problem here in Latvia, you see, is the utter and complete absence of original names. Simply put: all Latvians are called the same.

      After almost three months in Riga, I now know 4 Anna's, 3 Valters, 2 Daces, 3 Agneses, and at least 6 Zanes. And then there's the Santa's and Sanita's; Anete's and Anita's; Gunita's and Agita's; Marta's and Māra's. I can't help but ...

      Conquering The Baltics

      A travel blog entry by stooph on Apr 10, 2013

      3 photos

      ... entire city
      all afternoon, I can't pin it. There's the classic remnents of post
      Soviet oppression, and the attempts to further their city's
      development. I guess I'm just suprised, after all, I've seen a copious
      amount of advertising for Riga tourism, but I really feel you can get
      your fill of the city in just a few days. I'm enjoying myself here, and
      I also have Sabine to meet with after ...

      My Bizarre Relationships with Trains

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Feb 08, 2013

      ... into each cabin and some cabins were totally loaded to the ceiling with boxes of one thing or another.

      We pull up to the border crossing to leave Russia. The customs agents board the cars and there are 4 customs agents for each carriage of the train, 2 for each end of the carriage and they start at the first cabin at each end and start going through everyone's paperwork and counting the items that each trader has. By the time they got to ...