Vizit - Vladivostok Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Would never have thought we would have made a short visit to Moscow on our way to Seattle but here we are !! We had a passenger take ill on the flight and we had to divert to Moscow to drop him off with the paramedics. Had to dump all our fuel to land so had to refuel which makes our long flight even loooonger. While we waited on the ground we enjoyed a Russian Vodka or ...
... where the lift service stopped, walk up the 2 flights of stairs to the roof and follow the lights! Welcome to mainland Russia!
The entrance of the hotel, level 0, was full of 'ladies of the night' loitering by the Chinese owned hotel and restaurant. Russia was full of Chinese and Mongolians wherever we went, including a lot of military who stayed in the hotels too. The hotel looked fine from the outside and reception splendid, if you ignored the touting ladies, but ...
... until the afternoon of the day after. During our first full day in Vladivostok we caught a taxi into the centre and walked around. It was a great day and we meandered around looking at various military relics including a tank that is just the right size for one and entered a sub at survived WWII. A camping, shooters supply store was found and we found we could buy a sub machine gun for about $200 without a licence - maybe next time..... Fast food for lunch and then to ...
... it interesting. The heroes of various wars are on prominent display as is the required statue of Lenin leading the people to the promised land of communist nirvana. Russia is another of those countries where both the language and alphabet are completely indecipherable so we rarely had any idea what we were looking at but it was a nice introduction.
It was also our first exposure to Russians on their home turf and having run across Russian ...