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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... have had several days in Barbados by now...instead of that we are "yomping" our way through Eastern Europe being told off by Stasi train guards for rucking up the carpet along the corridor in their 1936 - flea bag rolling stock, reminiscent of the inside of an Eastbourne bedsit just after the war. The lights of downtown Krakow slip by as the train wends it's way into the dusk. Again we head East making our way for the ...
... guard activity on the Ukrainian side (see photos), the main delay wasn’t getting out of Ukraine, but getting into Slovakia. Each of the cars in the queue was thoroughly searched, presumably with an eye for cheap Ukrainian cigarettes and vodka for which EU residents would be willing to pay big bucks.
But we finally did emerge in Slovakia, back in the ol’ EU. The roads were certainly better than in Ukraine, but the grim post-Soviet ...
... Feast of Ingathering. During Sukkot we give thanks to God for the harvest. A special holiday ceremony involves "The taking of the four species." Who knew that we would be taking the four species with Hasids in Uzhgorod?
Our guide was Monika, a university student who also taught English to children at the guest house. She had led us to Hesed Shpira, the Transcarpathian Charitable Foundation, where we hoped to find more information about the Klein ...
... and Manfred’s room. The photo through the slits in the blinds shows the parking lot, with a police van, unmarked cars, and more milling police, both marked and unmarked. Each officer seemed to have a cell phone in one hand and a cigarette in the other. We just sat nervously in the room. Every few minutes we’d look out the window and see a slightly different configuration of cops, cells, and cigarettes.
... were supported by the locals: if we had come up with the registration we would have been asked to produce the car’s warning triangle, or show that we carried a set of four reflective safety vests. If we had had all that, maybe we would have been asked to document that each of us has a change of clothes, or perhaps that we were carrying the required Ukrainian-Pakistani dictionary.
We drove home in chilly silence. ...