Leogrand Hotel & Convention Center
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... Around 11 Erdem got up and got ready. He was going to do the walking tour monument which I done the day before. He soon changed his mind when I said that we should go to the winery. The hostel ordered us a taxi to take up to Cricova which is had the biggest wine cellar in Europe. The winery was only 16kms out of the city so the journey didn't take long. We got to the winery around 1.30pm but the next available tour wasn't until 3pm. We decided to get some lunch from the ...
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We were glad we’d taken the early bus because by the time we left a couple of hours later the crowds were arriving in groups of around 250, the busses coming up in conveys of 6 at a time, every 15 minutes. On the one way road there was a lay-by where the ones going down pulled in and let the upward bound ones overtake. Arriving back at the bus station we saw a great long queue that would have taken an hour to clear. We managed ...
... 1073; 91;л (а ведь я был там во време 85;а путе-ш 077;ствий , и меня не зацеп 80;ло), Лодзь, и вот ...
... memorial. At the beginning of the 20th century one of the largest pogroms took place in Chișinău. While I failed to find the cemetery, I did find the memorial. It was in a lovely (shady) park that was quite nice to walk in. It took longer than I had expected to find the memorial, and so I decided to head back to the city center to have lunch. I went to a pizzeria, which was very nice to sit in as it had ...
... to eating at least once during daylight hours and likes a beer more than every now and then. Typically, the restaurants will all shut down from dawn until 7pm, at which point there is a stampede to any place selling anything ready and edible. So usually you have to get by on peanuts and Pringles till they break the fast. That'll keep you from eating your own toes but it still sucks.
In Istanbul, however, they are far more relaxed about ...