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What a great day in Sevastopol (Se-vas-TO-pol)! We had breakfast delivered to the suite, which works very well. Then, at 8:15pm, we headed off the ship. Alex, our local tour guide, recognized us from our photos, and we were off. Our day included visiting the cave monastery and churches, the secret submarine tunnel, the site of the Charge of the Light Brigade, various bastions of the Crimean War and World War II, and the Panorama art exhibit. Alex, our guide, was fabulous. He ...
We slept in until after 8:45am. The seas are calm, but it is overcast. We did not do a lot today. We walked around the ship a few times, trying to reconstruct the difference between the model of the old Viking Sun and the ship as it currently exists. We also set off on a quest to find out where the "Queen's Lounge" was and figured it had been renamed “Showroom at Sea”). We took lunch in the dining room, which ...
... wasn't covered in any way and she was getting married or blessed or whatever in a mosque. Most of the group wore the kind of clothes we would wear to wedding with some amazing shoes being left outside. I did say to Coraleen ... 'lets go and see if you can upgrade our shoe wardrobe?'.. but it wasn't to be. This whole Bahkchisari Khan Palace area was quite spectacular with beautiful grounds and some very different architecture. The ...
... leave a little, the tourist places to find me a corner to have calm and for my benefit and daily siesta., nap.
a private marina stretches to my left, and the Bay is to my right. I contemplate the scene before Morpheus takes me. I sleep not far from shards of bottles, dog droppings and other...but i was careful to clean my perimeter. The ecology here is not very popular.
Sevastopol is known for its many museums testifying to the heroic of the Serenissima facts...on
every hill ...
... people are walking in and out. To be honest, it somewhat has to do with our personal idea of sacred space and that churches are places of prayer and contemplation. We don't like to walk in and gawk unless we know we have been invited in. I am sure that many will think we are crazy--and with that I will agree. In retrospect, I regret having not gone in and promise to be more forthright in the future.