3MostA Boutique Hotel
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Has anyone ever attempted to sell you a potato peeler on the Metro before? Today I had the opportunity to partake in such an event.
From time to time there are vendors that come onto the Metro cars selling various things such as Metro Maps, cool handy gadgets and even matches. These people organize themselves and travel from car to car, mostly passengers just watch and sometimes buy things.
Today's vendor was the first of our trip, she came on with a sports ...
... size (100) and speed of 14 Knots or approx 26 MPH, and in general how the bridge runs. The ship was built in 1980 and refurbished in 2010. MAny questions wer asked and answered in our allotted time frame. The Captain and mates speak little English resulting in one of the crew translating all questions and answers. We have heard comments from some of the guests concerning the quality of the cruise as compared to other European ...
... looked like serious waterproof stuff and they were carrying spare bicycle tires - definitely hope to speak to them!), and two quiet Russian lads who I'd guess were no older than twenty.
Later that night I was sitting on my bunk and messing about on my computer when two other roommates came back from wherever they'd been. I looked up to say hi, and returned my gaze to my computer before doing a double take. I looked up and found the girl looking at me in a very ...
... meeting back up with Julia for our guided tour inside. Inside the walls, columns and ceilings were richly decorated in icons made completely from mosaics … the work is phenomenal. We looked up to one of the cupolas and saw a "depiction" of a young Jesus how the artist imagined he would have been. We saw a canopy which had a bed of cobblestones which were the very cobblestones that fatally wounded Alexander II. We must ...
... riverfront, which put the Liffey to shame! The weather is still fairly cold, usually between -3 and 3, so we're still wrapping up fairly well before going out, and my toes still get ridiculously cold if we're not walking fast enough! We've been pretty lucky in terms of rain though. The hostel that we're staying down is closing in a few days, so there's very few people staying here, which is great for getting a decent nights sleep! ...