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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
- Family rooms
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... to Seoul for a two hour stopover and straight to Sydney arriving to warmth and sunshine even though it was 6:30am.
Korean Airlines had good food and a comfortable seat/bed but there choice of movies very violent
I did manage to see Die Hard (Bruce Willis) but could not finish Papillon and 1973 film with Dustin Hoffman and Steve McQueen
Another great trip from St james Rail Thank You Owen & Takiko
... or rather the outskirts as we did town later ourselves, took us 35 kms out of the centre to Ivolginsky Datsan, a Tibetan Buddhist monastery, the centre of Russian Buddhism. Before the Revolution there were hundreds of such monasteries, but almost all were closed and the monks sent to the Gulags in the 1930s. This monastery was built in 1945 with the permission of Stalin as a sign of his appreciation for the Buryatiya’s help during WWII. There are many ...
... and crossed their long bridge. The city looked busy and we made our way to the hotel with success. As we approached, our shipping expert, who had gone ahead to prepare the paperwork for shipping came over the radio and helped to guide us into the hotel and to occupy all their parking spaces. Only the nominated drivers were required to go sign some paperwork the next day and two cars (including ours) were packed into containers. The other cars did not have containers ...
... outpost on the eastern flank of Russia (as the main naval base of the Soviet Pacific Fleet, Vladivostok was officially closed to foreigners during the Soviet years), I had expected a Soviet style city with square grey building devoid of style and character. What we found were... square grey buildings devoid of style (the constantly overcast skies of Vladivostok don’t help the situation) but with enough colour and classical architecture mixed in ...
... and there was a "must see" souvenir shop on Admiral Foulk street run by a retired soviet navy petty officer and filled with genuine military stuff at cheap prices. That sounded excellent. But first we stopped at a local outdoor market, marvelled at the vast variety of frozen and fresh fish, bought an impressive kolbassa sausage, and two Russian language DVDs for Gideon for 100 roubles each - an episode of the TV show Viking, and a Russsian police ...