Latvia is a Baltic state in North-Eastern Europe
SEA AND BEACHES
Beach Jurmala (white quartz sand) stretches 33 kilometers along the Gulf of Riga from Lielupe to Ķemeri passing through Bulduri Dzintary, Major Dubulty, Valteri, Jaundubulti, Pumpuri, Melluzi, Asari, Vaivari, Sloka, Kauguri Jaunkemeri.
The beach is equipped with playgrounds, benches, beach football and volleyball courts, and small cafes. Throughout the beach, there are hundreds of changing rooms, signposts, wooden walkways, containers and litter bins, and water condition stands. In various places of the beach there are rescue stations. Continue reading
Jordan is an Arab country in the Middle East.
From Jordan, you can bring Madaban wicker rugs, bottles of colored sand from Petra (they are best bought in Petra itself), souvenirs from the olive tree, ceramics and copper ware, jewelry, Bedouin jewelry made of black silver and much more. Jordanian cosmetics based on products from the Dead Sea is also very popular.
Unbelievable, but true: the traditional “Eastern” bargaining in Jordan is almost absent. Prices, if they drop, it is not much, and mostly Bedouin boys selling souvenirs in Petra. In shops and shops, sellers behave extremely cautiously and politely, but always with dignity: no one allows himself to grasp the sleeves and other attributes of Middle Eastern malls. Continue reading
The Federative Republic of Brazil is the largest South American country by area and population.
ABOUT BRAZILIAN HOTELS
Most Brazilian hotels have a category from 3 to 5 “stars”. In Rio, almost all hotels are high-rise, that is, urban type.
Arrival time in hotels in Brazil is usually set between 14:00 and 16:00 hours, and checkout time – no later than 12:00.
If your flight takes off in the evening, we advise you to arrange at the reception about the late departure time from the room. If for some reason this cannot be done, you can transfer the luggage to the hotel’s luggage room and spend the rest of the day on site using all of its services.
Tourists usually buy high-quality leather goods in Brazil: shoes, bags, belts, wallets, as well as local coffee, wooden crafts, multi-colored sand bottles from Fortaleza, hammocks from the state of Bahia and of course bikinis. Continue reading