Dakkar Resort Hotel
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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 ...
... 200 of 673 were killed.
Eventually Lord Alfred Tennyson, a romantic pote, wrote his famous poem, "The Charge of the Light Brigade". Not too long ago, Prince Philip and Prince Charles returned to the site for the 150 yea anniversary, and a recreation of the event.
Eventually we stood along side the Bay of Balaklava where all the rich Ukrainians keep their yachts, and visited a Soviet secret submarine repair installation. Not ...
A Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz wrote about a romantic place in the Crimean Peninsula - a deserted Khan's Palace. He would be surprised if he saw the place nowadays. It's not deserted any longer, it brims with tourists from all over the world. If you're in the Crimea, you must see Bakhchisaray. We were sure about it, we got in the car and went on a longer trip; a trip with adventures...
At the beginning, the ...
... and now the Ukraine. I have yet to go: Qatar, Singapore, Perth, Darwin, Alice Springs, Ayers Rock, Fiji, Sydney, Puerto Galera & Sabang Beach (Philippines), Hong Kong (just the airport – twice) and Palau. It’s been quite a journey so far.
I’ve met and traveled with some wonderful people. Traveling once with my husband for 26 days and will be meeting him again in Perth for ...
Crimea - Sevastopol, Alushta, Yalta, Simferopol
An overnight 16 hour train ride brought me to the southern coast of Ukraine in the Black Sea. For the last ½ hour of the ride we passed massive security and lots of barbed wire. All this was for the protection of the Russian underground submarine base at Balaklava. If I were a military buff I would have stopped and done the tour, but James Bond ...